Birmingham news 'Give us his name' - Police plea after boy shown knife in robbery MetiNews.Com
MetiNews.Com - The 15-year-old boy was sat on The Parade when three men demanded his bike and threatened to pepper spray him if he refused
Breaking News ! Police have launched an appeal after a schoolboy was threatened with a knife and pepper spray in a terrifying city robbery. The 15-year-old was sitting on The Parade in Sutton Coldfield when he was targeted on Saturday night, June 20. Three men approached him before demanding his bike at around 8.10pm. He was threatened, told he would be pepper sprayed if he refused to hand over the bike and shown a knife. Read More Related Articles Sign up to BirminghamLive's free politics newsletter for daily headlines Read More Related Articles Stay up-to-date with the latest news from across the city Now, ten days on, officers have shared an image of a man they wish to speak to as they pleaded: "Give us his name". Two men, both 18, were arrested in connection with the robbery but have been bailed with conditions. Anyone who has information is urged to get in touch with West Midlands Police as enquiries into the incident continue. The full appeal, shared on Tuesday, June 30, read: #APPEAL | Do you know who this man is? Read More Related Articles Watch: Armed thugs hold G4S driver at knifepoint for shop cash machine Read More Related Articles Burglar who stole meat from Perry Barr freezer told cops: 'It's fine - I was hungry' "We want you to contact us and give us his name so we can speak to him about a robbery on The Parade, Sutton Coldfield at around 8.10pm on Saturday 20 June.
. "The teen was threatened and told he would be pepper sprayed if he didn’t give the bike and was also shown a knife. "Two 18-year-old men have been arrested in connection with this robbery and have been bailed with conditions." Enquiries continue and anyone with information is asked to contact police via Live Chat at www.west-midlands.police.uk 8am - midnight or call 101 anytime. Crimestoppers can be called anonymously on 0800 555 111. Quote crime reference 20BE/142502Q/20.
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