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Robbers force man, 22, to withdraw large amount of cash at Victoria station

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Robbers force man, 22, to withdraw large amount of cash at Victoria station
16th May 2014

Robbers claiming to have a knife forced a man to withdraw a large amount of cash at London Victoria.

The 22-year-old victim was traveling on the 10.52pm Faversham to London Victoria train when two men boarded and sat next to him. 

One of the robbers claimed he had a knife and pressed an object against the victim’s leg whilst the other stole things from his bag. 

The victim then tried to flee the train at Bromley South station but the pair kept him against his will. 

When the train reached London Victoria, the victim was marched to a cash point in the station and was forced to withdraw a large amount of money from an ATM.

The robbers then ran-off with the cash in the direction of Buckingham Palace Road. 

British Transport Police have released images of two men they want to question in connection with the incident as well as CCTV footage. 

DC Denis Mahoney said: “This was understandably a very frightening ordeal for the victim and I would urge anyone who recognises the men pictured to get in touch, as I feel they may be able to greatly help the investigation.”

The incident happened on April 17.

Call 0800 40 50 40 with information. 

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