Four 18-year-olds left traumatised after they were threatened with a knife and robbed.

Police are investigating the robbery of four 18-year-old on Herford Road, Enfield, after being called at 7:30pm on September 10.

Four male suspects intimidated and threatened the four victims as the robbery lasted for around an hour. One suspect was carrying a knife to threaten the group with, but none of the victims were physically harmed.

The victims were made to hand over their pin numbers and remove cash from each of their accounts from a nearby ATM.

One of the victim’s cars, a grey Audi S3, was stolen, in addition to a mobile phone and around £1,000 in cash.

Detective Inspector Jason Colby said: “This was a very traumatic experience for the four victims, who were all aged 18.

“They also took photos of the victim’s driving licences and made them give them their home addresses. This was an attempt to intimidate them into not reporting the crime.

“The victims, who feared for their lives during the course of the robbery, have been safeguarded and are being supported by my team.

“Four black male suspects, who are all believed to be aged between 18 and 20 years old are being sought in connection with the offence.”

Anyone with information is asked to contact 101, or tweet @MetCC quoting CAD 5804/11September.