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Suspects steal belongings worth £300

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On Tuesday 25th April 2006 at 18.00 a 16 year old boy was walking from Corney Road into Thames Cresent.

As he walked three suspects cycled past him and one of them pushed the victim, spinning him around.

The suspects then asked him what he’d got and one of the suspects searched him.

Taken was a wallet containing cash, a Nokia mobile phone and an I Pod with a total value about £300.

The suspects were described as about 16 years, two were white males and the other a black male.

The first white suspect was about 5’11” wearing a dark hoody and tracksuit bottoms. He had straight black hair.

The second white suspect was 5’09”, wearing a grey hoody and dark lower clothing.

The black suspect was 5’09, wearing a grey hoody.

The suspects made off down Edensor Road towards the A316.

Any information to PC Paul Mitschke in the Robbery Squad on 020 8247 5940 please.



May 3, 2006