CCTV images of robbers released

Police issue e-fit following a robbery in Southsea' 'Police have issued an e-fit image following a robbery which took place at an address in Worcester Close, Southsea.' 'Sometime between 6.10 and 6.15pm on Saturday, October 29 a 51-year-old local man went to visit a friend (a 60-year-old man) at his home in Worcester Close.
Police issue e-fit following a robbery in Southsea' 'Police have issued an e-fit image following a robbery which took place at an address in Worcester Close, Southsea.' 'Sometime between 6.10 and 6.15pm on Saturday, October 29 a 51-year-old local man went to visit a friend (a 60-year-old man) at his home in Worcester Close.
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THESE CCTV images have been released by police hunting two robbers.

A 51-year-old man was visiting his friend, a 60-year-old man, in Worcester Close, Southsea, when two men followed him into the property.

Police issue e-fit following a robbery in Southsea' 'Police have issued an e-fit image following a robbery which took place at an address in Worcester Close, Southsea.' 'Sometime between 6.10 and 6.15pm on Saturday, October 29 a 51-year-old local man went to visit a friend (a 60-year-old man) at his home in Worcester Close.

Police issue e-fit following a robbery in Southsea' 'Police have issued an e-fit image following a robbery which took place at an address in Worcester Close, Southsea.' 'Sometime between 6.10 and 6.15pm on Saturday, October 29 a 51-year-old local man went to visit a friend (a 60-year-old man) at his home in Worcester Close.

Once in the lounge one of the men took a metal pole from his rucksack. He then took £100 cash from the pocket of a hooded top being worn by the visiting man.

As previously reported, the pair fled the scene on bikes between 6.10pm and 6.15pm on October 29.

Detective Constable Lee Parker said: ‘This is a very rare occurrence. We are appealing to anyone who may have seen the two men entering or leaving the address to contact us.’ Call Det Con Parker on 101.