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Police seek help following robberies across borough
Police are appealing to the public to help locate five individuals who have been involved in robberies across the borough.
On Wednesday 2 January 2013 at approx 22:15 hours outside McDonalds in Acton the suspect approached the victim and pulled his watch off his wrist and a carrier bag containing his trainers. The suspect is described as a black male, approximate age 20 to 25 years old. If you know anything about this incident, contact us quoting photo reference S-03-13.
On Saturday 23 February 2013 at approx 08:45 hours on The Broadway, Southall the suspect punched the victim in the face and stole his mobile phone. The suspect is described as an Asian male approximately 17-18 years old wearing a black baseball cap, black Adidas hooded top and black tracksuit bottoms with white stripes. If you know anything about this incident, contact us quoting photo reference S-50-13.
On Wednesday 27 February 2013 between 21:30 and 21:40 hours at Station Parade, Ealing W5 the suspects entered a shop and stole cigarettes from behind the counter and alcohol. The first suspect (a) is described as a black male approximately 30 years of age, wearing a black jacket, a hoody, blue jeans and gloves. The second suspect is described as a white male, also about 30 years of age wearing a white jacket, blue jeans, a black cap and gloves. If you know anything about this incident, contact us quoting photo reference J-327-13a or J-327-13b.
On Monday 25 February 2013 at approx 15:45 hours the suspect forced his was in to a house and demanded jewellery. The suspect is described as black male approximately 28 to 33 years wearing a black woollen hat, black puffer jacket, black trousers and black motorcycle gloves. If you know anything about this incident, contact us quoting photo reference J-351-13
If you know these individuals or have any information please contact Ealing Robbery Squad on 0208 721 7050 or email email@example.com. Alternatively, to report a crime anonymously call crimestoppers on 0800 555 111. In an emergency always dial 999'.
April 8th 2013