TWO teenagers were robbed at knife point in broad daylight on Saturday afternoon.

The youngsters were on a path off Anton Mill Road at around 3.45pm yesterday when the incident occurred. 

A concerned sibling shared the news to a community Facebook page last night.

"My younger brother and his friend were stopped and held up with a knife by two males aged around 16-18 whilst they were walking down the alleyway between Asda and Rooksbury Mill," the post read.

"One [was] wearing a burgundy hoodie and black jeans, the other [was] wearing a black jacket, black jeans and black shoes.

"Police have been informed however posting to make people aware and if anyone has seen anyone matching this description to please call the police." 

This morning Hampshire Constabulary confirmed the incident to the Advertiser and asked anyone with information to come forward.

A force spokesman said: "We can confirm we are investigating a report of a knifepoint robbery of two teenagers in Andover.

"The incident took place on a path off Anton Mill Road, at around 3.45pm on Saturday, October 12.

"A 15-year-old boy and a 16-year-old boy were approached by two other males. One of the males had a knife, and threatened the two boys, before they left the scene.

"No injuries were reported.

"Anyone with information should call police on 101, quoting the crime reference number 44190365970."