A TEENAGER was robbed as he got off a bus in Huddersfield.
The 15-year-old had caught a bus from St George's Square in the town centre to visit his father in Fartown.
When on the bus he was intimidated by a group of youths.
When he started to get off the bus at Fartown, one of the group snatched his hat and pushed him off the bus.
The group also got off the bus and began to punch and kick the victim.
They took his two- tone blue baseball cap, worth £3, and some loose change.
One attacker was an African-Caribbean aged 15 to 16.
He was 5ft 10in and slim, with pale blotches on his face.
He had a local accent and wore a baseball cap, a dark hooded top and blue jeans.
A second attacker was a light-skinned, mixed race youth of 15.
He was 5ft tall and very skinny, with light brown, cropped hair.
He had silver braces on his top and bottom sets of teeth and distinct gaps in his teeth.
He wore a parka with a black fur trim round the hood, jeans and brown shoes.
The third male was of mixed race, with natural ginger hair in a short afro-style with patterns shaved into the back and sides.
He had quite a lot of ginger freckles and wore a diamond-style stud in his left ear.
The fourth member of the group was African-Caribbean, aged about 10 or 11.
Phone Pc Bob Bray on 01484 437773.