Handbag snatched as woman plays football in Ramsey park
A WOMAN had her handbag stolen by two youths while she played football at a park in Ramsey. The theft took place just after noon on Thursday (June 25) at the King George Playing Field, in Fellows Road. Two males made off with the bag after the woman pla
A WOMAN had her handbag stolen by two youths while she played football at a park in Ramsey.
The theft took place just after noon on Thursday (June 25) at the King George Playing Field, in Fellows Road.
Two males made off with the bag after the woman placed it on the floor to play football.
The thieves ran off in the direction of the children's play area in Park Road.
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They are both described as white males, aged about 16 years and skinny build.
The first man had short hair and was wearing a white baseball cap, navy blue t-shirt and white shorts. The second had slightly shorter, close cropped shaved head with dark stubble and was wearing a creamy coloured t-shirt and white shorts with a blue stripe down the side.
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Property stolen includes a Samsung mobile phone and a quantity of cash.
INFORMATION: Anyone with information is asked to contact the Crime and Incident Management Unit at March Police Station on 0345 4564564, quoting crime reference number CF0329540609 or Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555111.