Bracelet-snatch e-fits released
DO you recognise either of these men?
Police have released images of the duo they want to speak to in connection with an incident in which a disabled man was robbed of a £1,000 gold bracelet near Cheltenham.
Wheelchair user Joe Teale from Longlevens was defenceless as two men distracted his carer before reaching into the car in which he was sitting and grabbing the item of jewellery off his wrist at Southam Lane car boot sale last Sunday.
The crime, which took place at around 1.30pm, has provoked widespread outrage.
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Joe's mum Joanna Hayward called on anyone with information about the robbery to call police. She said: "We want these people caught. We are happy to offer a reward for information which leads to the arrest of those who are responsible."
The suspects depicted in the computer-generated images are believed to be of eastern European descent.
If you recognise either of the men, call police on 101 quoting incident 105 of September 30.