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Police are appealing for information following an attempted robbery of two 12-year-old boys at an underpass near Horsham Train Station on Tuesday, November 12.
Three teenage boys attempted to steal belongings from the victims before assaulting them.
The victims had first been approached by the suspects at Crawley station before they all travelled to Horsham by train.
After the suspects and victims got off the train at Horsham they exited via the main entrance on North Street and started walking in the direction of the town centre.
It was there where the suspects threatened the victims and instructed the two boys to follow them.
After taking the victims to a nearby underpass they separated the two boys before demanding their phones and property, but when the victims refused they were assaulted.
Officers have identified three people (pictured above) they wish to speak with who may have information which could help them with their investigation.
If you witnessed what happened or know the identity of the three people officers wish to speak with report it police online or call 101 quoting serial number 675 of 21/11.
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