Police have released an e-fit of a man they are looking for after a knife-point robbery in Chandler’s Ford. Between 12.45 and 1pm on July 12th a 28-year-old Eastleigh man withdrew £400 from a cashpoint near School Lane, Chandler’s Ford
He stopped to phone his wife from a footpath at the rear of St Francis doctor’s surgery in Pilgrims Close, Chandler’s Ford.
While on the phone, he was punched and cut on his forehead with a Stanley knife before having £400 stolen from his pocket.
The suspect is described as a white man of large build with dirty blond hair. He wore a green and black checked short-sleeved shirt, a gold neck chain and gold rings. He was accompanied by a second white man with mousy brown hair and a dark jumper.
Anyone with information should ring 101
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