Police appeal after violent robbery at Romford train station
- Credit: British Transport Police
Police would like to speak to three men about a violent robbery at Romford train station.
The incident happened at around 7pm on Monday, November 27 when a 16-year-old boy was punched in the face and had his phone stolen.
British Transport Police have said that they would like to speak to the three men pictured about the robbery.
A spokesman from BTP siad: “Do you know these three? We know the photos are a bit blurry but someone knows who they are.
“We’d like to speak to them about a robbery in Romford back in November.
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“Know them? Please text 61016 with ref 240 of 27 November.”
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