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Police appeal to assault victims.

THREE men who may have been victims of attempted robberies at a Black Country railway station have been asked to come forward.

British Transport Police (BTP) appealed for the victims to come forward after a man attempted to rob commuterson January 4 at Stourbridge Junction.

Booking staff were told that two passengers had been approached by a man carrying a knife who demanded they hand over cash or mobile phones.

A third man then told staff he had been approached by the knifeman however none of the three left contact details. All boarded the 9.34pm service to Dorridge.

The three men, along with anyone who witnessed anything, are asked to contact BTP on 0800 40 50 40
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Publication:Birmingham Mail (England)
Date:Jan 18, 2010
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