Three teenagers arrested in robberies investigation

PUBLISHED: 12:19 28 April 2015 | UPDATED: 12:19 28 April 2015

Police forced entry into the Grove Road house on Tuesday

Police forced entry into the Grove Road house on Tuesday


They have been bailed.

Three teenage boys have been arrested following allegations of robberies in Dartford.

Officers have been carrying out an investigation after reports of three robberies in the town in just over a week.

These include an incident on Princes Road when a 15-year-old was allegedly approached by three people, threatened with a knife and had his mobile phone and iPod taken.

They have arrested three teenagers on suspicion of robbery- a 17-year-old from Bexley, a 15-year-old from Swanscombe and a 17-year-old from Sidcup.

They were bailed until June 15 pending further enquiries.

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