Man punched in face and has wallet stolen during Southsea robbery 

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A man was left with a bloody nose after being punched during a robbery in Southsea.

The 19-year-old victim was walking down Kings Road shortly after 1am on Sunday (August 26) when he was approached by three men close to the junction with Pier Road. 

Police are investigating the robbery

Police are investigating the robbery

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The victim was punched, leaving him with a nosebleed and a sore face, and his wallet was taken.

The victim then ran to Elm Grove where he was helped by members of the public.

The three men ran off towards Pier Road. 

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Police are trying to identify the three men as part of their investigation into the robbery. 

The victim described the first man as:

- White.

- Aged in his late teens.

- 5ft 2ins tall.

- Stocky build.

- He was wearing a black baseball cap and a black hooded top with the hood pulled up.

The second man was described as:

- Mixed race.

- Aged in his late teens.

- 6ft 2ins tall.

- Slim build.

- He had hair around 3ins long on top of his head and the sides of his head were shaved.

- He was wearing a grey tracksuit.

The third man was described as:

- White.

- Aged in his late teens.

- 5ft 2ins tall.

- Slim build.

- He was wearing a black hooded top with the hood pulled up.

Anyone with information should call 101 quoting 44180323050.

Alternatively you can call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 and leave information anonymously.