Two teenagers have been robbed at gunpoint while waiting for a bus in Melbourne’s southeast. Police said the two boys aged 14 and 15 years old were at a Doveton bus stop about 10.30am on Thursday when a man approached them. The robber allegedly pulled a handgun from his pants and threatened the two boys, hitting one with the gun on the back of the head. The man left with the boys’ belongings and police have called for help to find him. The man has been described as African in appearance, aged in his 30s and was wearing a black Kathmandu jacket with a beige Gucci cap.
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