Images released as police hunt men who robbed disabled man near Cheltenham
Police hunting robbers who ripped a £1,000 bracelet from a disabled Gloucester man have released e-fits of two men that they would like to speak to in relation to the crime.
It happened at approximately 1.30pm on Sunday September 30 at a car boot sale on Southam Lane in Southam.
The 31 year-old victim Joe Teale has restricted movement and communication due to a brain injury and was helpless as the pair targeted him.
He was sitting in his car when two men approached. One man distracted his carer by asking for directions, whilst the other one reached into the car and stole the gold bracelet from his wrist.
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The two men are described as Eastern European.
Officers are asking the public to look at the e-fits of the two men.
Anyone who recognises them is asked to call police on 101 quoting incident number 105 of September 30.