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Appeal for witness after teen robbed near Eastington canal

Police are appealing for information about a robbery of a teenager that took place in Eastington, Stroud.

The 14-year-old from Stonehouse was assaulted by two older teens on the canal heading towards Pike Bridge in Springhill Road, between 4.45pm and 5pm on Thursday 30 July.

He was kicked and punched, causing bruising, before the offenders took a battery charger from him.

Following enquiries, officers are keen to speak to a person who was seen on the canal bridge at the time of the incident, heading towards Eastington Village.

They would also like to speak to anyone who has information about the robbery. Contact Gloucestershire Constabulary on 101, quoting incident 255 of 2 August.

Alternatively, information can be reported via our online form at www.gloucestershire.police.uk  or anonymously via the independent crime-fighting charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

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