Teenager tries to rob schoolboy in Kensal Rise
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Victim, 11, was targeted on All Souls Avenue
The hunt is to find a teenage robber who targeted a boy as he made his way to school in Kensal Rise this morning.
The 11-year-old victim was in All Souls Avenue at the junction of Holland Road, when he noticed the suspect standing at the bus stop at 8am.
As he walked past the suspect approached him and demanded he empty out his pocket.
On doing so the boy’s phone case fell out and the robber told him to hand over his device.
The victim refused and the suspect walked off towards Victor Road.
The suspect is a black boy, aged around 15 or 16.
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Anyone with information should call Brent Police on 020 8733 3249 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.