Two men charged over knife-point robberies at train station

Two men have been charged after multiple armed robberies in Sydney overnight.

Around 10.00pm, a man got off a train at Sutherland Station before he was approached from behind by two men.

The pair allegedly threatened him with a knife and demanded his phone and wallet.


He was thrown to the ground in the incident – suffering cuts to his knees.

He then fled on foot.

The pair then approached another man at the same train station half an hour later, and threatened him with a knife for his watch.

The man was able to escape with the help of friends.

Police then attended, were they arrested two 23-year-olds and found a knife on one of them.

He’s been charged with robbery armed with an offensive weapon and robbery in company, while the other has been charged with two counts of robbery in company.

The pair were refused bail and will front court today.