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We are appealing for witnesses after a robbery in Dunstable on Tuesday (25 October).
At approximately 7.20pm, the victim was waiting at the bus stop in Boscombe Road when he was approached by three men who threatened him with a knife, stealing his mobile phone.
The men were described as white and described as wearing dark clothing.
PC Lauren Byrne said: “This was a terrifying incident for our victim and we’re appealing for anyone with information to help stop this from happening to another person.
“Producing a violent weapon as means of intimidation is frightening for anyone involved and could have easily escalated into something much worse.
“If you were in the area and witnessed this incident or know the people involved, please contact us, it could really help our investigation.”
Please call 101 or use the online reporting tool, quoting 40/61954/22.
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