Teen forced to strip at knife point during attack on Western Sydney train
The Daily Telegraph
October 13, 2015
A TEENAGE boy was forced to strip at knifepoint, had his clothes cut and his hair lopped in a savage attack on a Western Sydney train.
Police have released image of three men they wish to speak to over the bizarre and cruel robbery on the Western Line between Quakers Hill and Pendle Hill at 11.30pm on October 2.
The trio attacked the 16-year-old after he boarded at Quakers Hill.
One of the males forced the boy to strip down to his underwear. They then used a knife to stab holes in his clothes and cut off a lock of his hair.
They stopped the boy getting off at Seven Hills station before a commuter helped the boy escape, with his torn clothes in hand, at Pendle Hill Station.
Not satisfied they had tormented the teen enough the cowardly trio then chased the victim until he sought refuge at a nearby store.
One of the males depicted in the images is wearing a black cap and white singlet with a black Adidas motif, grey trousers, and grey shoes with red laces. He is pictured holding two beer bottles in his right hand.
Another was wearing a black T-shirt with a grey shoulder bag, black pants, and grey shoes with red laces.
The third was wearing a yellow Parramatta Eels singlet, black bucket hat, black shorts, and black and white shoes.
Anyone with information should contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000