Police appeal for information after Crewe robbery Date published: 18th September 2019 1.02pm

Police are appealing for witnesses after a teenager was robbed at knifepoint in Crewe.

Sometime between 9.45pm and 9.55pm on Thursday 12th September a 14-year-old boy was cycling with a friend when two males approached them on Dunwoody Way in Crewe near to the bridge.

They asked if they wanted to buy drugs. The victim said no and then one of the male’s demanded his bike.

The suspect pulled out a large silver knife from his jacket pocket before pushing the victim.

The victim handed his Green and black Carrera mountain bike to the offender before running off.

DC Simon Knowles said: “The teenager was very shaken up by the incident, but thankfully was not harmed.

“Crewe CID are investigating and are asking for any witnesses who may have passed by the location during this time and witnessed the incident, or anyone who may know who the offenders are, to contact police.”

The first suspect who had the weapon and assaulted the victim is described as mixed race, aged 17-18 years old, with short spikey or curly dark hair. He is approximately 5 foot 8” tall, and was wearing a dark coat.

The second suspect is described as white, aged 16 to 18 years old, with blonde hair.

Anyone with information should contact Crewe CID on 101 or via quoting IML 511570 https://www.cheshire.police.uk/contact/general-enquiries/ .

Alternatively information can be given anonymously by calling Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.