Teenager threatened with screwdriver and robbed by man
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A teenager was threatened with a screwdriver and robbed by a man, in an attack which saw his mountain bike, iPhone and several personal items stolen.
Police received a report that a teenager was the victim of a robbery in Lowestoft on Wednesday, June 9..
At about 11.20pm on Yarmouth Road a 17 year old boy was pushed to the ground by a suspect who then pulled out a screwdriver and pressed it to his chest and neck.
The suspect demanded the victim's mountain bike, iPhone and ear pods - along with his bag and all its contents. The teenager was not, however, physically injured.
A 32-year-old man was arrested in connection with the incident on suspicion of robbery and was taken to Great Yarmouth Police Investigation Centre where he remains for questioning.
Enquiries are on-going into the incident and anyone who witnessed it should contact Lowestoft Cid, quoting crime reference: 37/30522/21.
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