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Boy robbed by other teens in Aylesbury

It happened on the Bourg Walk Bridge earlier this week.

Published by Dan Gooding at 8:43am 6th December 2019. (Updated at 12:03pm 6th December 2019) 3-minute read.

Boy robbed by other teens in Aylesbury

A teenager has been robbed by other boys in Aylesbury.

The 13-year-old was walking with friends over the Bourg Walk Bridge on Monday afternoon, at around 4pm when the incident happened.

They realised they were being followed by a group around their age.

The boys approached the victim and grabbed his bag, threatening to hit him in the face if he did not hand it over.

The victim gave the boys his bag and they then emptied the contents onto the floor, before three older teenagers came to his aid and the offenders left the scene.


  • The main offender is described as white, of school age and small in height with brown hair. He was wearing a motorcycle balaclava covering his head, but not his face, a dark coloured hooded top and white trainers.
  • Another boy in the group was white, school age, wearing a green hooded top with the hood up.
  • The others involved are all described of similar age wearing black hooded tops.
  • One of the boys had a school blazer over his hooded top.

An appeal for witnesses

Thames Valley Police

Designated investigator Hannah Mitchell, of Aylesbury CID, said:

"This was an extremely distressing incident for the victim, who although not injured as a result, was left shaken.

"I am appealing to anybody who believes that they witnessed the incident to come forward with information.

"I am particularly keen to speak to the three older teenage boys who helped the victim after this distressing incident, as I believe they may have witnessed what happened and saw the offenders when they ran off.

"These boys are all aged approximately 14 years old or older, and their help for the victim should be commended.

"If you are one of these boys, or believe that you witnessed the incident, please contact the 24-hour non-emergency number 101, quoting reference number 43190376419.

"Alternatively, you can make a report online or call the independent charity Crimestoppers 100% anonymously on 0800 555 111."

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