Suspects sought after Charlton station robbery

Two men are being sought by police after a woman had her bag stolen at Charlton station.

According to police: “Officers have been working to identify suspects and now need the assistance of the public.

The incident happened at 8.25am on Tuesday 12 July.

Charlton station – no barriers and limited staffing

Anyone who recognises the men are asked to contact BTP by texting 61016 or by calling 0800 40 50 40.

In both cases, quote reference number 585 of 12/07/19.

Alternatively, call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.”

Over the past week a man was convicted of attacking a vulnerable passenger on a train near Charlton station. Charlton is another Southeastern station with limited staff and open platforms.

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5 thoughts on “Suspects sought after Charlton station robbery

  • November 15, 2019 at 1:00 pm

    Not even after dark but at a time when there would be no shortage of witnesses. Given that transport is already overstretched in the Borough was the station devoid of passengers on a weekday before 9am? The smartphone classes will be as much the death of us as the thugs they empower with their silent staring at the screen. I do hope that the scum are caught and the poor lady receives counselling or some assistance – when nobody comes to your aid it leaves a mark on your confidence.

  • November 16, 2019 at 10:41 am

    Totally agree with you Charles

    I hope these scum are caught sooner rather than later. I hope the lady victim is okay and receiving support after this horrible incident. There must have been a lot of witness at this time. They must come forward to stop these scum from carrying out further attacks on innocent victims just going about their business.

    This is another call for more staff to be put at all stations from first to last trains. I would like to see more staff on trains patrolling them too. Passenger safety must come before profit !!

  • November 16, 2019 at 1:37 pm

    I hope these thugs are caught too and when taken to court they are dealt with properly and does not give them a light sentence or community service.

    My thoughts are with the female victim who i hope makes a full recovery and receives the support she needs to be able move on with her life.

    While the men who robbed her rot in jail. Sorry but if they need money they need to go to work to earn it like everyone else.

  • November 16, 2019 at 6:41 pm

    Scroungy looking junkies, desperate for some Crack! These types are dangerous as F*^%, as they will do anything for a hit! It’s that unpredictability that makes them dangerous!
    I’m relieved that the poor woman was no more seriously injured!
    The observation about the ‘Smart phone class’ was spot-on! It’s those electronically-drugged automatons, who are both prey, and the environment in which the scum thrive open and in!

  • November 17, 2019 at 8:24 am

    I have to say PaulSuperUnkown, That people that go to work and earn a living for themselves have a right to nice things. As does any other decent law abiding human being who does not go out to carry out crimes or to steal from and hurt others.

    Those scroungy looking drugged up crackhead B’s are animals and not human beings and should leave other peoples belongings a lone. You a spot on though it is there unpredictability that makes them dangerous as hell. !

    As any one working in a front line job with the public will tell you including Police Officers, Paramedics, Hospital Staff Prison Officers etc etc.

    It is not only them that need to be caught it is also their dealers too !!

    We do need tougher sentencing from our Courts.


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