Police are reviewing CCTV footage from Wollongong Railway Station after a 21-year-old man was robbed and assaulted by a group of men on Sunday morning.
Police from Wollongong Local Area Command confirmed Monday morning no arrests had yet been made over the incident and they were continuing their investigation.
The 21-year-old man and his friend were sitting on a platform at the station about 4am when a man approached the alleged victim and demanded he hand over his wallet.
Three other men then appeared and all four began assaulting the man, causing a cut to his nose and facial bruising.
One of the offenders made off with the man’s wallet, ATM card and phone.
Police are keen to speak to two men in relation to the incident.
The first is described as being of Pacific Islander or Maori appearance, about 20 years old, 170cm tall, and with a muscular build.
At the time of the incident, he was wearing a red bandanna and red shirt.
The second man has a similar description but is about 185cm tall with a medium to muscular build.
He was wearing black pants, dress shoes and a black shirt at the time of the alleged attack.
Police are screening CCTV vision from the railway station and a nearby ATM.
Anyone with information about the incident, should contact Wollongong detectives via Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.