Robbers take laptop computer from man in Carlton Colville
A 26-year-old man was robbed of his black Dell laptop computer as he walked along a footpath at the back of Gondree, Carlton Colville, at about 6.30pm on Tuesday.
The man was walking home along the footpath that runs from Dale End towards the footbridge that crosses Bloodmoor Road when he saw two men walking towards him.
As they walked past the victim was pushed and he fell to the ground.
The offenders then grabbed the bag he was carrying the laptop in.
The two offenders fled over the footbridge.
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The suspects were white and in their late teens to 20s.
The first was of average build, 5ft 8in, with short brown hair and was wearing a light grey hooded top and dark blue jeans.
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The other offender was taller and slimmer than the first man and was wearing a black jacket and dark blue jeans.
Anyone with information should call DC 849 Small at Lowestoft CID on 101.