Police are appealing for information after cash was stolen during a robbery in Chandlers Ford.At some time between 9am and 10am on Friday, August 8 the 31-year-old victim was walking along the alleyway between Bournemouth Road and Templars Way, Chandlers Ford, Eastleigh.
Once in the alleyway he was pushed to floor by two men, who snatched his bag and took £280 from his wallet.
The victim sustained a minor injury to his wrist. His bag was found nearby.
The first man is described as:
- Aged in his early 20s
- Slim build
- 6ft 1ins
- Wearing a black hoody with the hood up and distinctive blue trainers with bright green stripes
The second man is described as:
- Aged in his early 20s- Slim build
- 5ft 5ins
- Wearing a maroon coloured hoody with the hood up
"The victim has been left understandably shaken by what has happened to him. The incident took place during a busy time of day and I would urge anyone who was passing the location at the relevant time who may have seen anyone acting suspiciously to make contact with us.
“As always I would advise members of the public to be vigilant and report any suspicous activity to the police immediately.”
Video. This is the shocking CCTV footage that captured the moment a woman took a pensioners wallet from his coat pocket. It happened at Fryern Arcade in Chandlers Ford. She distracted the man by asking for the time as she stole his wallet, which contained his pension.
Family have set up a Facebook page in their appeal to find two missing 14 year olds, Tilly Young and Kaitland Ross.
The pair from Winchester and Chandlers Ford were last seen in Essex Green on Tuesday at 5pm. To find out more click here.
Police say that at about 6.40pm, they may have been seen in Wide Lane, near Parkway railway station, Eastleigh. Another unconfirmed sighting put them near the Fleming Arms pub, Sholing, at about 7.30pm. In Sholing, they were in the company of two boys their own age.
PC Kelly Drodge appealed to the two girls and their friends.
She said: “The police and your families are very concerned for your welfare. You are only 14, and we are told it is unusual for you not to be in contact with your families after two days.
“It is possible that your mobile phones are not charged, so contact is difficult. It is important that you either borrow a phone, dial 999 and ask for Hampshire police or report to a police station so it can be established that you are safe and well."
The officer also appealed to anyone who knows where the girls are or who has seen them since Tuesday to contact police at Eastleigh on 101.