FOUR men and a boy robbed a student at knifepoint in a bus station.

Police are now anxious to talk to anyone who saw the victim being confronted by the thieves at Brighouse Bus Station at 10.40am yesterday.

They threatened the 18-year-old Brighouse man with a flick knife and stole £20 from him.

The thief with the knife is aged between 13 and 15, 5ft 6in and slim with dark hair.

He wore a black Nike baseball cap with blue stripes on it, a light grey hooded top, black Adidas bottoms with white stripes on them and light blue trainers.

All his accomplices are also white.

One is in his early to mid 20s, 6ft with a shaven head and heavily built with a gold stud in one ear.

He wore a white short-sleeved shirt, blue denim jeans and black shoes.

The other three are all aged 16 to 18.

One had cropped ginger hair, is 5ft 10in with a freckly face and wore a black and white long-sleeved Fred Perry jumper.

Another also wore a black and white Fred Perry jumper.

He is 6ft tall and slim with short dark hair.

The fifth thief wore a long black knee-length coat and blue denim jeans.

Det Insp John Mountain, of Calderdale CID, said: "We would appeal for anyone who saw the robbery or this group of men in Brighouse to contact us as a matter of urgency."

Phone Calderdale Police helpdesk on 01422 337059.