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MASKED men assaulted and robbed a teenager at Marayong train station late on Sunday night.
The victim, 19, was left with a head cut after he was allegedly assaulted with a gun by one of the men.
The group of four or five men who were wearing balaclavas, with at least one carrying a firearm, confronted the teenager as he walked out of the station about 11pm.
The group are still on the run. Picture: TNV
Police conducted an extensive search of the street. Picture: TNVHe was hit across the head with the gun and forced to hand over his phone, wallet and watch.
The victim fled to his nearby home and called triple-0. He was treated by NSW Ambulance paramedics.
Police are still searching for the group who were seen leaving the scene in a white Range Rover, which is suspected of being stolen.
A ballistics sniffer dog searched the street for potential evidence. Picture: TNVQuakers Hill police attended the scene soon after the robbery and conducted an extensive search of the area, with the help of the Dog Squad.
Ballistics sniffer dogs scoured Railway Rd for evidence.
No description of the men has yet been released.
Anyone with information should call Crime Stoppers, 1800 333 000.
This article first appeared on www.dailytelegraph.com.au
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