London Police Hunts For Four Robbery Suspects In Enfield
The London Metropolitan Police has launched an investigation into the robbery of four men in Enfield.
The robbery took place along Herford Road, EN3 at 18:30hrs on Wednesday 10 September.
According to the police, one of the suspects was carrying a knife which he used to threaten the group with.
No casualty was recorded.
The robbers stole one of the victim’s cars, a grey Audi S3. The perpetrators also took their phones and £1,000 in cash.
The robbery reportedly happened an hour before the police arrived the scene.
The robbers threatened the victims, forcing them to give up their card pins and withdrew some substantial amount of cash from their bank accounts via ATM.
The Detective Inspector Jason Colby said the robbers also took photos of their victim’s driving licenses and forced them to write down their home addresses in an attempt to stop them from reporting the crime.
He added “This was a very traumatic experience for the four victims, who are all aged 18.
“The victims, who feared for their lives during the course of the robbery, have been safeguarded and are being supported by my team.”
The suspects were described as four black males between the age of 18 and 20 years old.
The London Police is currently treating the incident as isolated.