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Assault and theft - Plymouth

Alert message sent 23/07/2021 14:07:00

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Appeal for witnesses
Police investigating a reported assault and theft in Plymouth on Saturday 17 July, at around 10.50pm, are appealing for any witnesses to come forward.
Two boys, aged 15 and 17, reported that they got involved in an altercation with two unknown men on Madeira Road, before the men ran off in the direction of the Barbican.
The 15-year-old sustained a head injury which required hospital treatment.
Following the altercation, the two teenagers found several items were missing from a carrier bag they had with them.
They described one man as being around 6ft tall, aged about 23, of average build, clean shaven, with very wavy black hair, which was pushed forward and up at the front.
He wore black track suit bottoms, a black T-shirt, a black tank top.
The other was described as being around 5ft 7in, of a similar age or slightly younger to the first and of average build.
He had black hair, which was shaven on the side and curly on top and a slight beard.
He wore black shorts, a dark blue T-shirt with white bands around bottom of the sleeve with black 'fancy writing' - possible containing the letter S.
Both were described as being possibly of Asian origin, and they spoke with strong foreign accents.
The police would like to hear from anyone who witnessed the incident or has any information that could help the police with their enquiries.
Please email or call 101, quoting crime reference CR/060331/21.
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Linzi Berryman (Police, Devon and Cornwall Alert Officer, Devon & Cornwall)

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