London crime: CCTV of man released after ‘robbery’ at Bruce Grove railway station

The British Transport Police (BTP) is trying to communicate to a man after a theft at Bruce Grove railway station in North London.

Officers investigating the theft have released a CCTV picture in reference to the incident at the Tottenham railway station on the afternoon of January 9.

BTP mentioned at round 3pm on Saturday, January 9, two males approached the sufferer and began talking to him.

One of the boys then acknowledged that he had a knife, earlier than shifting near the sufferer’s face and saying ‘don’t trigger a scene’.

The robber then reached into the sufferer’s pocket, took out his cellphone and demanded to be advised the code to unlock the cellphone.

British Transport Police released these CCTV photographs of a man they need to communicate to in reference to the theft.

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The two males then exited the station.

Officers imagine the man within the CCTV photographs might have info which may assist their investigation.

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If you recognise him have any info, please contact BTP by texting 61016 or calling 0800 40 50 40 quoting reference 208 of 09/01/21.

Alternatively, you possibly can name Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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