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E-fit images released following a robbery in Bicester

Alert message sent 24/07/2019 15:56:00

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Thames Valley Police is releasing E-Fit images of two men following a robbery in Bicester.

The incident occurred at around 6.30pm on Tuesday 14 May on the side of the A41, Oxford Road opposite Bicester Village.

The victim, a 16-year-old boy, was approached by two men who attempted to grab his shopping bag. During the struggle, one of the offenders punched the victim in the face and the other offender pulled a knife out and threatened to stab the victim if he did not hand over the bag.

The two offenders then ran to a black Vauxhall car which was waiting in the Burger King car park and drove away, heading southbound on the A41, towards the M40.

The first offender is described as a black man, around 6ft 2ins, aged in his late teens and slim. He was wearing a blue Nike tracksuit, a thin black puffa jacket and had his hood up during the incident.

The second offender is described as a mixed race man, around 5ft 7ins, also aged in his late teens, with black, fluffy hair, a small amount of facial hair and of large build. He was wearing a beige Nike tracksuit.

To view the E-fit images and read the full details of the incident, please visit the Thames Valley Police website or click the following link:
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Emma Tarry (Police, Communications Officer, Thames Valley)

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