Robbers steal man's iPhone 5 in Wallington before jumping on a train to Croydon

Do you know this man?

Do you know this man?

Do you know this man?

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A 27-year-old man was robbed on his way home from the pub.

Police want to speak to the three men in these photos in connection with the robbery which took place in Woodcote Road, Wallington, on Saturday January 12.

The victim had left the Melbourne Pub just after 10pm and was passing the John Jakson pub when he was approached from behind by three men who pushed him to the ground.

They stole his iphone 5 and jumped on a train at Wallington train station to West Croydon.

On leaving West Croydon, they turned into London Road towards Thornton Heath.

If you have any information call Detective Constable Charlie Lourenco at Sutton’s Burglary and Robbery Investigation Team on 020 8649 0777 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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2:51pm Thu 14 Feb 13

jasonhyde says...

the CPS are still out to fabricate a case against the so called tram rant women Emma West just google up -

england calling wordpress
the CPS are still out to fabricate a case against the so called tram rant women Emma West just google up - england calling wordpress jasonhyde
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10:17am Fri 15 Feb 13

ANNE MILES says...

They robbed this poor man in a better class area than they're own, then returned to their hole with their spoils of crime. Disgusting.
They robbed this poor man in a better class area than they're own, then returned to their hole with their spoils of crime. Disgusting. ANNE MILES
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7:22pm Wed 20 Feb 13

Ketsuban says...

Why are criminals always so bloody ugly
Why are criminals always so bloody ugly Ketsuban
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