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The six male teens were walking on a footbridge at Mount Druitt Railway Station around 8pm on June 13 when they were approached by a group of men, authorities said today in a statement.
The men allegedly threatened them with a hammer and demanded their phones and a bag before they ran from the scene.
Police in New South Wales are looking for a group of men who allegedly threatened and robbed a group of teenagers at a train station in Sydney's west. (Supplied - NSW Police)
The six male teens were walking on a footbridge at Mount Druitt Railway Station around 8pm on June 13 when they were approached by a group of men, authorities said today in a statement. (Supplied - NSW Police)
The men allegedly threatened them with a hammer and demanded their phones and a bag before they ran from the scene. (Supplied - NSW Police)
Police say no one was injured during the altercation, but an investigation was launched after officers arrived at the train station.
Detectives have since released CCTV images of the alleged robbery and have called on the public to help them locate the group responsible.
The men involved have only been described as being of Pacific Islander or Maori appearance.
Anyone with information about this incident should contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.
This article first appeared on www.9news.com.au
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