Teenager robbed on his bike
A TEENAGE boy has been attacked and robbed by two men in broad daylight as he rode his bike along a footpath.The 16-year-old was cycling near Newton Road in Sudbury when a man elbowed him in the face and stomach, causing him to fall to the ground.
A TEENAGE boy has been attacked and robbed by two men in broad daylight as he rode his bike along a footpath.
The 16-year-old was cycling near Newton Road in Sudbury when a man elbowed him in the face and stomach, causing him to fall to the ground.
A second offender then appeared from behind a hedge and stole the teenager's wallet before running away. Although the boy was shocked by the incident, he did not suffer any injuries.
The first man is described as white, around 30-years-old and of scruffy appearance. He had greasy, shoulder length brown curly hair and wore a green waterproof jacket.
The second offender was also white and around 30-years-old and wore dark clothing.
A spokesman for Suffolk Police said: “An incident of this type can leave the victim feeling shocked, and obviously our main aim now is to trace the offenders.
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“We would appeal to anyone who recognises the men from the description given, or has information on the incident, to contact us.”
Anyone who was in the area at around 7.45am on Monday, should call Dc Gary Scott at Sudbury Police on 01284 774300.