Appeal after man reports he was victim of robbery in Cheltenham
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Officers are appealing for a possible victim to come forward after a man told a third party they had been robbed at knifepoint in Cheltenham earlier today (Thursday 28 April).
The man approached someone near the train station on Queen's Road shortly before 11.15am and said they had been robbed but left the area before police arrived.
It is believed the incident happened close to Tesco Express, possibly in a nearby car park.
Officers are trying to establish what happened and urging the man to call 999 or 101 so that he can be spoken to straight away. They are also asking anyone else who was involved in the incident or saw anything to come forward, quoting incident 137 of 28 April.
Alternatively Crimestoppers can be contacted anonymously on 0800 555 111.