Queensland Teens Robbed At Knife-Point
A pair of teenage boys have been threatened with a knife and robbed of their phones and watches south of Brisbane.
Two 16-year-old's were walking along the bridge at Kingston train station before midnight on Friday when they were approached by three men, one of whom said he had a knife.
Detectives investigating a robbery at Kingston last night have released images of three men who may be able to assist with inquiries.
At about 11.30pm two 16-year-old boys where walking along the bridge at Kingston Train Station when they were approached by three men.
One of the men stated he had a knife and demanded the boys phones and watches.
The boys complied.
The first two men are described as in their twenties, 183cm tall, Pacific Islander in appearance and solid build and spoke with an accent. He was wearing a dark coloured hoodie and black pants.
The third man is described as Pacific Islander in appearance, 185cm tall, slim build and wearing a dark blue jumper and long dark pants.
AAP with QLD Police Service