TWO teenagers have been charged in relation to an alleged armed robbery.
The alleged armed robbery and attack took place in Glen Huntly on Monday 4 September, a little after 3.30pm. A 14-year-old boy was allegedly confronted by people in a Volkswagen, then forced inside.
The car was driven down Neerim Road. The victim ended up outside the car near the Grange Road intersection with “significant injuries”, a Victoria Police statement read. He was still in hospital in a serious condition on 10 September.
A 14-year-old Frankston South boy was arrested in Frankston on 7 September. He was charged with armed robbery, robbery, conduct endangering life, intentionally cause serious injury, theft of motor vehicle, theft, possess controlled weapon, commit indictable offence on bail, and other offences. A 15-year-old Cranbourne boy was arrested in Mentone on 9 September and charged with multiple counts of armed robbery, robbery, conduct endangering life, intentionally causing serious injury, theft of motor vehicle, and theft.
The two teenagers were remanded to appear at Childrens’ Court at a later date.
Police are still investigating the alleged attack. Anyone with information can contact 1800 333 000 or submit a confidential report online at www.crimestoppersvic.com.au