A MAN has been attacked by two thieves who snatched his wallet and took £200.

Thames Valley Police aid the victim, age 31, was walking in Ralphs Ride towards Calfridus Way, Bracknell, when it happened on Tuesday, March 2.

About 2.30pm, the attackers approached the man and asked him what was in his pocket.

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The pair snatched his wallet from his pocket, took out £200 cash, and pushed the victim to the floor before fleeing.

Police described the first offender as a white male, aged in his 20s and just over 5ft in height. He was of slim build, with ginger hair, and was wearing a black hoody and black tracksuit bottoms with stripes down the side.

Ralphs Ride, Bracknell. Google Maps image

Ralphs Ride, Bracknell. Google Maps image

The force said the other male was also white, in his 20s and had blonde hair. He had a baseball cap on and was wearing a zip-up hoody and grey tracksuit bottoms at the time of the incident.

The attackers also walking a white Staffordshire bull terrier type dog when the robbery took place.

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Investigating officer PC Wasim Akram, based at Loddon Valley Police Station, said: “This robbery happened in the middle of the day and we believe there may be people who witnessed the incident or saw individuals matching the description of the offenders nearby.

“The victim was luckily not injured but was left shaken and we are keen for anyone who has information to come forward and help us progress our investigation.”

Anyone with information is asked to contact 101 referencing 4210083009