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Police issue warning after late night robbery
10:16am Wednesday 18th June 2014 in News
POLICE are warning people to stick together at night in Southampton after a man was robbed of £250.
A 20-year-old was approached by another man in Bedford Place at the junction with Carlton Place and forced to withdraw the money from a nearby cash machine at McColls Newsagent.
The thief then walked off into Wilton Avenue toward Milton Road.
He was described as black, in his mid-20s, about 5ft 7in, of medium build and speaking with a local accent.
The man was wearing a white baseball cap, dark hooded top with grey hood and black trousers and he also had a black Duffel-style bag with thin rope straps over both shoulders.
The incident took place at about 1.50am on June 12.
PC Chris Orr said: “This is a time when many people were leaving clubs and pubs and getting taxis home.
“Please consider walking home with friends to prevent lone people becoming victims of crime and where possible use city registered taxis.”
Anyone with information should contact PC Orr at Shirley police station on 101, visit hampshire.police.uk/internet /do-it-online/onlineforms/ message-forofficer.html, or call Crimsetoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
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