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Armley: Gold bracelet stolen in robbery

A gold bracelet was snatched by three men during a robbery at a park in Armley, police have said.

Leeds District CID have issued a picture of the high-value solid gold bracelet and are appealing for anyone who may have information or who is offered a similar item for sale in suspicious circumstances to contact them.

The item was stolen in a robbery in a park on Hill Top Road at about 8.30pm on Monday, 13 April.

The male victim, who was walking with his adult son, was approached by three males. The suspects pushed the victim’s son to the floor and then grabbed the bracelet from the victim’s wrist.

They were described as Eastern European men and all aged in their 20s.  All were wearing grey hooded tops and black jogging bottoms.

Anyone who witnessed the robbery, has been offered the bracelet for sale, or who has any information is asked to contact Leeds District CID on 101, crime number 13200187120.

Information can also be given online or anonymously to independent Crimestoppers charity on 0800 555 111.


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