THE CITY OF LONDON POLICE TODAY RELEASED THIS REQUEST FOR HELP.

Dial 101 to contact us for a non emergency. (999 in an emergency)

Can you identify suspects of phone robbery?

City of London Police is appealing for information and witnesses following a robbery which took place in April.
In the early hours of Saturday 6th April, a 26 year old man was on his way home from Stoke Newington.

He travelled on the Route 47 bus towards South London, whilst on the bus he sat on the lower deck and used his phone.

The victim got off the bus at London Bridge, at this point two men have grabbed hold of the victim. One of the suspects has pulled the victim’s arm behind his back and searched his pockets, whilst the second suspect has acted as a distraction.  The suspects then casually walked off, only running when the victim began to follow them.

After viewing the CCTV from the bus officers can see the suspects travelled on the same bus as the victim, they are seen observing him using his phone.

Images of suspects

suspect one Suspect 1 Suspect 1

Suspect 2 Suspect 2 Suspect 2

If you recognise the suspects or have any information about the incident please contact City of London Police on 020 7601 2121 or contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

14 May 2013
City of London Police UK Crime Stoppers
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  1. Mr. Bloggy says:

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