Teenager is robbed by gang in Waterlooville

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A TEENAGER was punched and kicked by a gang who robbed him of his money.

The 16-year-old was walking along Mill Road, in Waterlooville, at the junction with Brightside, when he was approached from behind by three men.

They punched him in the head and kicked him to the ground before taking the cash from his pockets. They ran off towards Brightside.

The incident happened on July 7 but details have only just been revealed.

One of the suspects wore an army-type two-tone green camouflage top and trousers with yellow detail on the chest. He was stocky with a skinhead haircut.

The second wore a black tracksuit with three stripes down the trousers and jackets. He was of average build with dark spiky hair.

The third man was wearing a grey tracksuit-type jacket.

Anyone with information should contact Waterlooville CID on 101.