|£4,000 Stolen from Elderly Woman on E3 Bus|
70-year-old victim had just withdrawn cash from Chiswick High Road bank
Four men are being sought by police after a woman had £4,000 stolen from her as she boarded a bus in Chiswick.
The police believe that the men followed the 70-year-old woman after she withdrew the cash from Barclays Bank on Chiswick High Road on Friday, 7 August. They then followed her as she boarded an E3 bus and took the money from the victim’s bag.
The suspects are described as:
A white male, aged 50-60 years old, approximately 5ft 5ins tall and of large build. He had a round face and grey or white hair. The male was well dressed in a plain blue shirt and dark trousers.
A white male, aged around 25-years-old, approximately 6ft tall and of slim build. He had short dark brown hair and was well dressed in a beige shirt and dark brown trousers.
The other two suspects were both described as white men, aged around 25-30 years, of slim to medium build. They both wore light coloured shirts and dark trousers. One wore a dark jacket, before removing this during the theft.
All four suspects spoke with foreign accents, possibly eastern European.
Images of the men being sought in connection with the theft
Anyone with information is asked to contact Detective Constable Alastair Middleton leading the investigation on 07909 877121 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 quoting ref: 0516171/15.
October 30, 2015