Boundary Brook Avenue. Pic: Google Maps
A TEENAGE boy changed into once held at knifepoint by a man who then stole his money.
The incident came about at round 3.30pm on Friday in Boundary Brook Avenue in an alleyway shut to Larkrise Major College, Oxford.
The sufferer, a 15-year-light boy changed into once strolling down the alleyway when he changed into once grabbed by the arm by a man who confirmed him a knife. He stole some money the boy had.
The man is described as murky, round six foot gargantuan and light in his twenties. He changed into once wearing a navy tracksuit with the hood up and changed into once also wearing a murky face cloak.
The boy changed into once no longer injured within the theft.
Detective Sergeant Richard Allmond primarily based totally totally in Oxford, said: “This changed into once a distressing incident for the boy alive to.
“It changed into once gargantuan sunlight hours when this took location, and though the boy changed into once in an alley, we mediate others can hang viewed what came about.
“Whereas you happen to can also simply hang any files about this incident or that you just would per chance also relief us with our enquiries, please contact police by both calling 101 or making a file online utilizing the reference quantity 43210140288.
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