Teenage cyclist robbed by two men

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A 19-YEAR-OLD man was robbed in Bletchley as he cycled from Furzton on Monday (1/8).

The incident happened at about 10.20pm, as he cycled through the underpass on the H8 Kincardine Drive, he was attacked by two men. The first man pulled him off his bike, swore at him, and demanded money. The victim was then punched several times by the second man as he tried to stand up.

The victim then ran to the Furtzon shops and, as he did so, dropped his bag and his silver BlackBerry fell out. This was picked up by the offenders, who then drove away in a silver coloured Ford Escort, possibly with a T registration.

The offenders were both white and around 18-years-old. The main offender was 5ft 9ins tall, average build, with mid-length blond, messy hair. He wore a light grey hooded top with the hood up and jeans. The second man was 6ft 2ins tall, average build, with dark hair and was wearing a dark hooded top with the hood up and jeans.

Anyone with information can call police on 0845 8 505 505.