Police are investigating a robbery in Port Lincoln where a boy had his bike stolen.
At 6.30pm on Wednesday 9 September, a teenage boy was riding his mountain bike along Washington Street when he was chased by a group of 10 other boys.
The victim was chased to the corner of Mortlock Terrace and Napoleon Street where he was threatened and his bike stolen by one of the group.
The suspect who stole the bike is described as being of Aboriginal appearance, 14 years with a dark complexion, thin build and short black hair. He was wearing a purple t-shirt and shorts.
A second boy in the group is described being of Aboriginal appearance, 13 years with a light brown complexion, chubby build and short frizzy black hair. He was wearing a black jacket and long pants.
A third suspect is described as being of Aboriginal appearance with scarring on one side of his face similar to a burn or birthmark.
The stolen bike is described as an Apollo Summit 20 mountain bike which is white with red/orange markings and a green bottle holder and blue and green spoke decorations. There is an area above the front forks and below the handlebars which was spray-painted a metallic gold.
Anyone with any information is asked to contact Crime stoppers on 1800 333 000.
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