Met release images of two men wanted for robbing woman in Greenwich

Detectives have today issued CCTV footage of a robbery in Woolwich as they appeal for information and witnesses to come forward.

At aroudn 2pm on Sunday December 17, 2017, the victim – a 27 year-old woman – used an ATM cash-point on Victory Parade, Woolwich.

As £200 in cash was dispensed from the machine, two males pushed past her and stole the cash before making off on foot towards Plumstead.

The first suspect is described as a black male, wearing a green hooded coat and blue jeans. The second male was also black, wearing dark clothing.

Detective Constable Mark Day of Greenwich CID said: “We take robbery offences such as this extremely seriously, and I would urge anyone who recognises either of the suspects to call police. Both are wanted for questioning in relation to this incident.

“I would also like to remind the public to be aware of who is around them when they use cash machines.

“In addition, people are advised to shield their PIN and to avoid any ATM that seems to have been tampered with.

“If you see anything suspicious, please call police.”

Anyone who recognises the suspects, or has information that may assist police, should call detectives at Greenwich CID on 101.

To remain anonymous, call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.


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