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Woman pushed to the floor and robbed at Hull Paragon station

British Transport Police are today appealing for information following a robbery at Hull Paragon railway station.
 
The incident happened at 2.30pm on Saturday 23 November.
 
The victim was sat on a bench near a Starbucks on the station concourse. The suspect approached her from behind, pushed her to the floor and stole her mobile phone.
 
He then ran towards the Anlaby Road entrance with a second man.
 
The two turned left after exiting the station and headed toward the Tower nightclub and onto the Midland Street area.
 
The suspect who robbed the woman is described as white, of slim build, wearing a light blue coat, white hooded top, baseball cap, dark bottoms and dark trainers.
 
The man who joined him after the robbery is described as white, wearing a black coat with a hood, grey jogging bottoms and dark trainers.
 
Anyone who knows the identity of those involved, or who has any further information about the incident, is asked to contact BTP by texting 61016 or by calling 0800 40 50 40.
 
In both cases, quote reference number 313 of 23/11/19.
 
Alternatively, call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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