Mountain bike stolen on Boscombe Street, Amesbury
A MOUNTAIN bike was stolen in Amesbury after a boy in his early teenagers was allegedly punch and kneed within the face.
The incident occurred on Boscombe Street between the Co-op and the double roundabout with Butterfield Drive at about 5.10pm on Wednesday, August 26.
The boy, who was with two mates on the time, was allegedly punched within the face twice then kneed within the face earlier than the suspect stole his bike and cycled off within the course of Butterfield Drive.
The suspect who carried out the assault is described as being a white male, about 15 years previous, roughly 5ft 9 inches tall and was carrying both a white t-shirt or a gray hoodie, with black tracksuit bottoms.
The person was allegedly in a bunch with one different boy with a black electrical scooter and a woman.
The boy with the electrical scooter was described as being youthful than the suspect and carrying a black hoody, with the hood raised, and a black face masks so solely his eyes have been seen.
The lady had shoulder-length blonde hair and was carrying blue denims.
The stolen bike is described as being a black and orange Scott mountain bike.
PCSO Michael Fairbrother stated: “We wish to anyone with any data or who could have witnessed the assault, notably a girl who was strolling alongside Boscombe Street on the time.
“In the event you have been driving alongside Boscombe Street or Butterfield Drive across the time of the incident as nicely, we’d have an interest when you’ve got dash-cam footage which may help us with our investigations.
“Usually objects stolen in robberies find yourself on on-line market locations, so please hold an eye fixed out and anybody with any data is urged to name 101, quoting crime reference quantity 54200085570.”