Gang rob man’s clothes and valuables at Stevenage Railway Station
A SERIES of CCTV images have been released, after a man was robbed of his shirt and valuables by a gang of men at a railway station.
Police want to speak to the four pictured men in connection with the incident, which happened at Stevenage Railway Station last month.
The victim, a 33-year-old man from Stevenage, was at the station waiting for a train at about 3.50am on Saturday, September 29, when he was approached by four men.
They went through his pockets, removed his bank card and mobile phone, then one of the men attacked the victim.
He was punched in the head and forced to give his pin code. �80 was removed from a local ATM and the bank card discarded.
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The men then stripped the victim of his jacket and shirt, and left the station by boarding the 4.14am Stevenage to King’s Cross service.
DC Gerry Griffin, the investigating officer, said: “This was a nasty attack where a group of men have targeted a lone man.
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“I would appeal for anyone who may recognise any of the men to come forward and assist officers in this investigation.”
The pictures were taken from CCTV footage at King’s Cross station, and show the men heading onto Midland Road and walking in the Camden direction.
Anyone with information is asked to contact British Transport Police on 0800 40 50 40, quoting background reference B10/LNA of 22/10/2012.
Information can also be passed to the independent charity Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111.