A pensioner was left with a fractured jaw after being beaten and robbed.
William Hopkins, 78, was attacked last weekend outside his Birmingham home.
He was returning to his home in Gooch Street when he was attacked from behind and knocked to the ground.
His wallet containing bank cards and £40 cash was stolen, along with his late wife's memorial card.
Mr Hopkins was taken to City Road Hospital for treatment following the robbery which happened around 8pm on Saturday 10th November.
West Midlands Police are appealing for information.
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