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Police have released an image of a man suspected of kicking an 18-year-old woman in the face before stealing her handbag at a railway station in Melbourne's west.
The teenager was waiting for a bus at Sunshine railway station just before 6pm on September 15, when a man jumped a fence and crossed the railway tracks to get to her while his friend waited on the other side of the station.
The man then kicked the woman in the face and grabbed her bag before meeting up with his mate, but the victim followed.
As the pair went to board a train, she caught up with the men and was able to snatch her bag back.
The man who allegedly kicked the woman then fled the station and caught a taxi from the bus stop, while the other remained on the St Albans-bound train.
Both men are described as being dark-skinned, aged in their early 20s and of solid build.
The man accused of kicking the woman was wearing beige cargo shorts, a white hooded top and runners. His friend was wearing a white and blue cap, three-quarter length denim cargo pants and a white hooded top with Converse printed across the front.
Anyone with information has been asked to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or go to http://www.crimestoppers.com.au
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