DAILYKENN.com -- Diversity was no strength for a teen who said he was held for two hours by three black males.
The unnamed 19-year-old was forced to a graveyard where he was relieved of his cell phone and force to reveal his bank car PIN number.
The crime was reported September 2, 2016 and occurred in Canterbury, England.
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A teenager was threatened then marched to a graveyard and forced to hand over his mobile phone, bank card and PIN number by a group of men in a two-hour ordeal.
One of the men then went to a nearby cashpoint and took out a quantity of cash from the 19-year-old's account.
Police have released images of three men they want to speak to in connection with the incident, which started at Canterbury bus station and ended at the graveyard near Ivy Lane at 6.15pm on Friday, August 19.
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