Detectives from Northern District CIB are investigating an aggravated robbery which occurred last month at the Elizabeth South Train Station.
Between 6.40pm and 7pm on Monday 27 January, a 16-year-old was at the station when he was approached by a group of five men. One of the men stood on the victim’s foot while a second grabbed his arm and demanded money. The suspect then snatched the victim’s bag and stole an amount of cash from his wallet.
The group then left and boarded a north bound train just before 7pm. The victim was not physically injured.
The first suspect is described as having olive skin, medium build with dark short hair. He was wearing a white hooded top with chequered sleeves and a ‘High Risk’ logo on the front, black pants, black Nike shoes and a black bum-bag. The second suspect also had olive skin, slim build with short dark hair and unshaven. He was wearing black shorts, a black Adidas jumper, dark trainers and carrying a black Adidas backpack.
Both suspects are pictured below and police are seeking assistance from the public to identify them. If you know either of the men pictured or have any information that may assist police, please call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or online at www.crimestopperssa.com.au You can remain anonymous.