Woman robbed by youths in Harvard Hill Park

Mobile phone and cash amongst items stolen

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A 24 year old female was robbed by two youths on bikes as she walked home to her parents' house. The incident happened around 2.00am on last Saturday 18th June after a night out in Chiswick.

The victim became aware of a youth following her on a bike as she reached the junction of Oxford Road South and the A4. When she entered Harvard Hill Park she became aware that another youth had joined him.

The first youth approached her and threatened her before demanding she had over her handbag. When she refused, she was pushed to the ground and her bag snatched from her. The two youths then fled on their bikes back towards Oxford Road South.

The first is described as 17 years old, around 5’11’’ wearing a baseball cap, hooded top and baggy jeans. The second youth was also around 17 wearing a baseball cap and dark hooded top. £30 cash, credit cards and a Nokia 6230 mobile phone worth £100 were stolen.

If you have any information regarding this incident, please contact PC Jim Scarrott on 020 8247 5940

June 21, 2005