Two boys aged 14 and 15 were robbed of their phones and money in a Ramsgate street.
Police are appealing for information surrounding the robbery that happened at 7.40pm on King Street where the two boys were approached by two teenagers dressed in black.
The teenagers, aged between 16 and 17, asked the victims for the time and the boys got their phones out to look.
They were threatened to be beaten up if they did not hand over the money and phones.
Both victims handed over their phones and the two offenders then ran off down Belmont Street.
Anyone with information should call 01227 868278 quoting reference ZY/39545/13.
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