Police are looking for the teens who rode away on bicycles they stole from two teens in a Saskatoon street robbery.
The robbery happened on Tuesday just after 9 p.m. CT in the 3500-block of John A. Macdonald Road.
According to police, the two teens were approached by three other teens. One was allegedly armed with an axe and threatened the teens.
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Two teens then made off with the bikes – an all black GT BMX and a red GT BMX – while the third fled on foot.
They were last seen in the park between Confederation Park School and Bishop Roborecki School.
A police dog was unsuccessful in tracking the three teens.
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The teen who took off on the black GT BMX is described as being an indigenous 17-year-old, wearing a black ball cap and either a black hoodie or jacket. He was armed with an axe.
The teen who rode off on the red GT BMX is described as being an indigenous 17-year-old. He was wearing a ball cap and a grey/white hoodie.
The teen who fled on foot is described as being an Caucasion teen between 15 and 17. He was wearing a green ball cap, white t-shirt and black pants.
Anyone with information is asked to contact Saskatoon police at 306-975-8300 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.