04:14PM, Monday 09 May 2016
A man had his wallet stolen after being assaulted by two women and a man in Slough town centre.
The 30-year-old victim was waiting for a taxi in the high street at about 3am when the three offenders pushed him to the ground and stole his wallet, which contained cash and personal belongings.
The group then ran off in the direction of Sussex Place.
Passers-by stopped to help the man, who sustained cuts to his elbows and knees.
One of the offenders was described as a mixed race woman in her early 20s, wearing two light-coloured T-shirts and white trousers.
Another was a black woman aged between 25 to 30-years-old, about 5ft 5ins tall, with short braided hair.
The third was a white man, aged about 40, about 5ft 4ins tall and was clean-shaven with a bald head.
Investigating officer PC Ryan Powell said: “I am very keen to speak to any witnesses, in particular the driver and passengers of a silver/grey Toyota saloon car, thought to be a taxi, parked nearby outside the Job Centre who may have seen this incident.
Call police on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
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