A TEENAGER had his phone, wallet and jacket stolen after being attacked by four men in Campbell Park on Friday.
At around 2.40pm, the 17-year-old man was walking through Campbell Park when he was chased by the men. They caught up with him and pushed him to the ground, before kicking him in his legs and ribs.
One of them took his jacket and another took a mobile phone from his pocket. The offenders then left the area taking the victim’s phone, wallet and jacket with them.
The mobile is a Blackberry Curve 9320. The jacket is black, waist length, with a zip-up front and full length zip pockets on the front.
The wallet contained a small amount of money and loyalty cards.
The victim suffered bruising to his right calf and bruised ribs. He attended Milton Keynes General Hospital but was later discharged, with crutches to help him walk.
The offenders are all aged approximately 18-years-old, about 5ft 9ins, and of mixed race.
The main offender is of a medium build and was wearing a black jumper with a white Nike logo on the front left, light blue jeans with patches and a black and grey, horizontal striped, woollen hat.
The second offender is a small build. He wore a black hooded top with the hood up, navy baggy jeans and steel toe capped boots. He had a tattoo on his left wrist.
The third offender is of a large build. He was wearing a black flat cap with the Adidas logo on the top, black hooded top with a full length zip trimmed with white, and navy tracksuit trousers.
Police would like to speak to anyone who witnessed the offence, recognises the description of the offenders, or who saw the offenders in the area around the time of the incident.
Detective Constable Wendy Cissell, of the Crime Investigation Department, said “There has been a slight increase in robberies in Campbell Park and we ask that the public take extra care in this area.”
Anyone with any information should contact Det Con Cissell via the 24-hour Thames Valley Police Enquiry Line on 101.
If you don’t want to speak directly to the police you can contact the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 or online at crimestoppers-uk.org.