A delivery driver had his vehicle stolen while a teenage boy was pushed into a fence and told to hand over cash during two separate robberies in a Huntingdonshire town.

Police are appealing for information following the incidents, which happened in St Neots on Friday and Saturday.

The first happened at about 5.30pm on Friday in Duck Lane when a delivery driver in his 30s was approached by two men from behind.

They threatened him with an unknown object and took the keys to his vehicle. They left in the vehicle with his remaining parcels.

The second happened at about 4.30pm on Saturday in Huntingdon Street when a teenage boy and his friend were approached by two young men.

They are both described as white, approximately 5’11 with one wearing a grey hoodie and the other a blue balaclava.

They pushed the victim into a fence and demanded he hand over cash before running off.

Detective Constable Ewa Byrne, who is investigating, said: “These incidents are really concerning and understandably left the victims fearing for their safety and quite shaken.

“I’d like to hear from anyone who was in either area at the time and may have seen anything suspicious, to come forward.

“While we don’t believe them to be linked at this time, we are keeping an open mind.”

Anyone with information is asked to contact police quoting reference 35/85860/23 and 35/86067/23.