Robbery at Airedale Avenue Underpass

Man has expensive Cartier watch stolen by gang

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A man was robbed of a Cartier watch worth £1800 in the entrance to the A4 underpass at Airedale Avenue.

The victim was staying with friends in Chiswick. He was exiting the pedestrian underpass at 11.05pm on Saturday night, the 15th October, when he was approached by three males. One of them grabbed him and threw him against the wall, saying that they were going to take his jacket. He offered no resistance and was robbed of the watch, his Diesel jacket, two rings and £20 cash.

The suspects are described as three black males. One is said to be 23/24 years old, 5'9" wearing a black sports top and trainers. The others are both described as 19-20 years old black males wearing hoodies and dark jeans.

Any witnesses or anyone with information is asked to call PC Neil Lambourne on 020 8247 5940.

October 19, 2005