Appeal for witnesses after bike stolen from boy in Cheltenham park
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Police are appealing for witnesses after a teenage boy had his bicycle stolen from him in a Cheltenham park on Wednesday (25 May).
The 14-year-old was riding through King George V Playing Fields at around 5.45pm when he was approached by four boys. Three of the boys were on bicycles, while the fourth was on foot.
The boy on foot pushed the victim, causing him to come off his bike. The offender then picked up the bike and cycled off towards Rowanfield School.
Three of the boys were wearing hooded tops, with the hoods up. The fourth is described as being white, 5ft 6in in height, and quite skinny. He was aged 14- or 15-years-old, and was wearing a blue jacket, black trousers and white Nike Air Force 1 trainers.