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Did you see a robbery in Conniburrow last week?

Alert message sent 28/07/2016 10:00:00

Information sent on behalf of Thames Valley Police

Did you see a robbery in Conniburrow last week?
 
Thames Valley Police is appealing for information after a man was robbed of his mobile phone.
 
At around 4.15am on Thursday 21 July, the victim, aged 18, was walking over the bridge between Coltsfoot Place and the rear of Milton Keynes library when he was spoken to by three men and a woman.
 
The woman demanded money before two of the men assaulted him and stole his grey iPhone 5S mobile phone before the victim ran away. 
 
The woman is white, aged 25 to 30, around 5ft 2ins and slim. She had blonde shoulder-length, straight and unkempt hair.
 
All of the men are white and are of average build. One is aged 25 to 30, about 5ft 10ins and was wearing a dark grey tracksuit with his hood up. 
 
Another of the men is around 6ft, and he was wearing a dark grey or navy blue tracksuit. 
 
The third man is around 5ft 10ins, and was wearing a dark-coloured tracksuit. 
 
The victim sustained grazing to his face, a scratch to his chest and bruising to his legs. 
 
It’s possible the offenders were seen in a Blue Fiat Punto, partial registration plate number AK** CKY in Conniburrow at around 2am that morning.
 
Notes to editors:
 
A 26-year-old woman and two men – aged 27 and 36 – all from Milton Keynes – have been arrested on suspicion of robbery and bailed in relation to this offence.
Message sent by
Luigi Straccia (Police, Communications Officer, Thames Valley Police)

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