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Man Assaulted for His Mountain Bike in Ash

Published on: 1 Dec, 2013
Updated on: 4 Dec, 2013

Surrey Police BadgeOfficers from Surrey Police are appealing for witnesses to come forward after a man in his early twenties was assaulted and had his mountain bike stolen.

The incident happened at around 8.50pm on Thursday, November 21 outside the Co-op in Ash. The victim left the store on his bike and as he cycled off he was intercepted by two other men, also on bikes.

The two men assaulted him by grabbing him by the shoulder causing him to come off his bike and fall to the ground. The victim then walked back to the Co-op and as he did so the two men stole his red and black Kona Blast mountain bike.

One of the suspects is described as a white man, around 17-18 years-old, of stocky build and around 5ft 10” tall. He had short blonde hair and was wearing a black jacket.

There is no description of the second offender.

DC Dave Pellatt said: “Having reviewed CCTV footage we know that there were a number of people standing outside the Co-op watching this incident and we would really like to hear from these people so we can progress the investigation. The victim was simply going about his normal business and we won’t tolerate this sort of behaviour on the streets of Surrey.”

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