Police hunt for five suspects after jacket robbery

PUBLISHED: 10:13 01 May 2015 | UPDATED: 10:13 01 May 2015

Can you help police?

Can you help police?


Can you help police?

Police are appealing for witnesses after a teenager was robbed of his coat.

The 17-year-old boy was outside McDonald’s on Broadway, Bexleyheath, at around 9.45pm on April 11 when it happened.

His coat was a black North Face jacket with stretchy pads under the arms and side and Five Fifty written in white block capitals on the left sleeve.

There are five suspects that police would like to speak to.

Suspect one, pictured, is described as a black male, aged 16 to 20, wearing a black Nike jacket with a white logo on the front and white stripes down the arms, light blue jeans, a black cap and black gloves with green stripes.

Four other suspects are described as black males aged between 16 and 20.

The second suspect is described as having afro style dark hair, wearing a black jacket with a white zip on the front left hand side, dark blue jeans and dark coloured trainers.

Suspect three is described as wearing a dark jacket with a white logo on the front left hand side, dark blue jeans, black trainers with white stripes on with his hood up and white tassels coming off the hood.

The fourth suspect was reportedly wearing a dark coloured shiny jacket with a white logo on the left hand side, dark coloured jeans and dark shoes, and the fifth was wearing a black Adidas jacket with a white Adidas logo on the left hand side and white stripes down the arm, light blue jeans with dark trainers.

He was also wearing a black beanie hat and had a grey hood up over that.

Anyone with any information can contact Bexley Police’s CID on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.

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