Police are investigating the robbery of a teenage boy at the Greenlane train station. The 15-year-old was approached by two older boys when he got off a train on his way home from school at about 4pm last Tuesday. Mt Wellington police Senior Sergeant Hirone Waretini says says the pair asked the teenager if he had any money or a cigarette lighter before patting him down and taking his iPod and headphones. ‘‘They’ve then sat on the platform as if to catch a train headed south,’’ he says. It’s not clear if the pair caught the train. Police are looking at CCTV footage. Both of the offenders appeared to be aged between 15 and 17, about 1.7m tall, and of Maori or Polynesian descent. Mr Waretini says the incident could be linked to some other robberies in the Glen Innes area. He is asking anyone who was at the Greenlane train station or was catching a train south around the time of the incident to come forward. Contact Acting Detective Sergeant Richard Sami from Glen Innes Police on 302 6400 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.