Three teenagers have been arrested in connection with two robberies and an assault in Dover last night.
Kent Police were called after reports of a robbery at Dover Priory train station. A man in his 50s was reported to have been assaulted by a group of young people and his laptop was taken.
Officers then received reports that a group of young people had attacked a taxi driver in the High Street. The taxi driver was assaulted and it was reported the group stole cash. Shortly after this a man was reported to have been assaulted in Tower Hamlets Road.
A 17 year old boy from Dover has been arrested on suspicion of GBH, while an 18 year old boy from Hawkinge and a 17 year old girl from Hawkinge have both been arrested on suspicion of robbery. All three teenagers remain in police custody.
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