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TWO people were robbed and seriously assaulted when walking near the underpass of Drakeford Drive in Wanniassa yesterday (November 27).
The victims were walking at about 2pm before they were allegedly approached by four “juveniles” on their bikes who jumped off before assaulting and stealing a mobile phone and a wallet.
One of the offenders is a male described as Caucasian in his mid-teens, wearing a white shirt, dark pants, Nike shoes, with a black Adidas bum-bag and riding an orange “Giant” mountain bike.
A second male is believed to be Pacific Islander or Maori in appearance, also in his mid-teens. He was wearing a black and white shirt, black pants and riding a blue bike.
A third male is described as Caucasian, aged in his mid-teens and with curly hair. He was wearing an orange shirt, black track pants with a green stripe, a cap and was riding a BMX bike.
The forth offender was a female who is described as Pacific Islander or Maori in appearance, aged in her mid-teens with black hair. She was wearing a white shirt and black tights.
Anyone who may have witnessed the incident or has any information to contact 1800 333000, or via act.crimestoppers.com.au.