Man has iPhone stolen by gang in Aylesbury robbery

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A man has had his mobile phone stolen by a gang during a robbery in Aylesbury.

Three men approached the 21-year-old victim as he got out of a taxi in Buckingham Road near Buckingham Park at 1.45am on Sunday.

They threatened him, pushed him to the ground and left with his iPhone, walking towards Watermead and Aylesbury town centre.

The victim suffered minor bruising but did not need hospital treatment.

The attackers were white and in their late 20s/early 30s. The first was 5ft 10ins, with dark brown, very short hair, stubble and a weathered looking complexion.

He had dark, thick eyebrows and a thin, long angular face. He was wearing a hooded jacket with a front pocket and a white G-Star logo with old dark jeans and old white Reebok classic style trainers.

The second robber was 5ft 8ins, with blonde, very short hair, stubble, a wide nose and a square wide jaw.

He was wearing a Liverpool top under an old leather jacket and baggy, old light blue jeans.

The third attacker was 5ft 10ins, with blonde, very short hair and stubble. He had a long, angular face, a clean complexion and thin lips.

Anyone with information in relation to the incident should contact PC Thomas Booth from Aylesbury police station by calling 101. Alternatively you can contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 or online at