10 teens arrested after damage to Oastler Market and knifepoint robbery

POLICE arrested 10 teenagers earlier this week in connection with a knifepoint robbery and criminal damage to a market in Bradford city centre.

Officers from West Yorkshire Police’s Bradford City Neighbourhood Policing Team (NPT) made the arrests on Monday evening, with the help of response teams and Operational Support.

The teenagers, all male and from Bradford, were detained on suspicion of multiple offences including, robbery, criminal damage and theft in the city.

They were aged between 14 and 16-years-old.

The offences specifically included a knifepoint robbery and criminal damage to the Oastler Shopping Centre and Market, in John Street.

Bikes and phones had also been stolen.

Officers managed to recover a number of items, as part of the arrests.

Enquiries are ongoing.

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