Four teenagers are robbed at knifepoint after an Airbnb party has been crashed by more than 200 African youths

The police struck a wild party on Friday evening with more than 200 teenagers in Point Cook, in the west of Melbourne

Two teenagers are being robbed at knifepoint and bashed & # 39; after an Airbnb party has been crashed by more than 200 African youths

  • A & # 39; uncontrolled & # 39; party was attacked by the police in Point Cook, Melbourne
  • Young people, including Gatecrashed the vacation rental in Melbourne
  • The police were leased to the short stay rental on Friday evening at 8.40 pm

Nicole Pierre for daily post Australia

A & # 39; uncontrolled & # 39; party was raided by the police after more than 200 young people searched the holiday home.

The police raided a wild party at Airbnb rentals in Point Cook, in the west of Melbourne on Friday night.

Reportedly, there were up to 200 teenage revelers in the home before the party was overtaken by the police.

The party-goers jumped on the street before they allegedly robbed and abused passersby.

The police struck a wild party on Friday evening with more than 200 teenagers in Point Cook, in the west of Melbourne

The police struck a wild party on Friday evening with more than 200 teenagers in Point Cook, in the west of Melbourne

& # 39; Officers were on Friday night at 8.40 pm & # 39; Afternoon to St Clair Avenue, Point Cook, to send a report to news.com.

Five young people with an "African appearance", including a man with a knife, reportedly approached two young boys, police said.

The men allegedly stole a phone, backpack and shoes from two boys aged 15 and 16 in the same street as the party at home at 10.45 pm.

The two victims were treated on the spot and were not taken to the hospital.

Another incident involving eight young people who attacked two teenage boys was also reported to the police, which took place less than 10 minutes from the party.

• The perpetrators in both robberies are seen as of African descent & # 39 ;, according to a statement from the Victoria Police.

(Proven) The Point Cook street where the police attacked the wild party on Friday evening before the youth was spilled on the street

(Proven) The Point Cook street where the police attacked the wild party on Friday evening before the youth was spilled on the street

(Proven) The Point Cook street where the police attacked the wild party on Friday evening before the youth was spilled on the street

The party attack comes just days after the police had been warned of a boy, 15, who broke in a 40-year-old man's home in Point Cook - the same suburb as the party - in south-west Melbourne at 03.40 pm on Monday . (Pictured) police outside the house where the alleged break and entry took place

The party attack comes just days after the police had been warned of a boy, 15, who broke in a 40-year-old man's home in Point Cook - the same suburb as the party - in south-west Melbourne at 03.40 pm on Monday . (Pictured) police outside the house where the alleged break and entry took place

The party attack comes just days after the police had been warned of a boy, 15, who broke in a 40-year-old man's home in Point Cook – the same suburb as the party – in south-west Melbourne at 03.40 pm on Monday . (Pictured) police outside the house where the alleged break and entry took place

The homeowner tried to stop the boy who held the ax, but he reportedly hit the man's right hand (photo). The 40-year-old was treated on the spot by paramedics

The homeowner tried to stop the boy who held the ax, but he reportedly hit the man's right hand (photo). The 40-year-old was treated on the spot by paramedics

The homeowner tried to stop the boy who held the ax, but he reportedly hit the man's right hand (photo). The 40-year-old was treated on the spot by paramedics

The police investigate whether the robberies and assault incidents are related to members of the party.

A spokesman for the Victoria Police told Daily Mail Australia: "It is believed that all those involved have recently attended a party at a short stay in Point Cook. & # 39;

The police are investigating.

It comes only days after a knife-wielding teen carved a man's hand during a weighted burglary in Point Cook – the same suburb as Friday night's party.

The police were warned of a boy, 15, who reportedly would enter a family home in Point Cook, south-west Melbourne at 03.40 pm on Monday.

A 40-year-old father reportedly woke up and was shocked when he found the boy at home. He escorted the teenager from his home and told him not to come back, 9 news items.

After 10 minutes the boy reportedly came back with an ax and tried to break into the man's Jeep in his garage.

The homeowner tried to stop him, but the boy would have hit the man's right hand.

The young children of the four and two-year-old man were also reportedly at home at that time, according to 3AW.

The police arrived shortly thereafter and fired a warning shot in the air.

The boy reportedly came back with an ax and tried to break into his garage in the man's garage (photo)

The boy reportedly came back with an ax and tried to break into his garage in the man's garage (photo)

The boy reportedly came back with an ax and tried to break into his garage in the man's garage (photo)

What a car key turned out to be left on the spot (pictured) after the boy, 15, tried to break into the Jeep of the homeowner

What a car key turned out to be left on the spot (pictured) after the boy, 15, tried to break into the Jeep of the homeowner

What a car key turned out to be left on the spot (pictured) after the boy, 15, tried to break into the Jeep of the homeowner

In a statement, Victoria Police said: "The police arrested a teenager after a supposed aggravated burglary in Point Cook & # 39; at night. The police were called to a home address in La Coruna Gardens following reports from a man in the house with an ax around 3.40 am.

The 40-year-old man had a small cut during the incident and was treated on the spot. & # 39;

The boy, from Kew, was arrested and kept in custody.

The 40-year-old man was treated by paramedics on the spot.

Anyone with information about one of the Point Cook incidents is requested to contact Crime Stoppers at 1800 333 000.

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