Gang beat up man and steal his motorbike

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A gang have beaten up a man and stolen his motorbike in Aylesbury.

The incident happened at around 5.10pm yesterday afternoon (THursday) in Tees Road when the victim, a 25-year-old man arrived on a red Honda motorbike.

He was approached by two men who asked him for a cigarette.

One of the men then punched the victim in the face and knocked him off his bike.

Three other men then appeared and the group kicked the victim while he was on the floor.

The victim was able to run off in the direction of Walton Court shopping parade.

One of the gang was later seen riding the motorbike before dumping it on Cherwell Road.

Five people had been seen in the area prior to the incident acting suspiciously, and it is believed they arrived and departed the area in a black cab.

The first man is white, around six foot, skinny, in his early thirties, with short light-coloured hair.

He was wearing a sky blue T-shirt with a motif on the front and jeans.

The second man is mixed race, around 5ft 6ins, medium build, in his late twenties to early thirties, had a shaven head and was wearing a white and red striped polo shirt and black bottoms.

The third man is white, skinny, in his late twenties and wore a light grey Superdry hoodie and jeans.

The fourth man is white, medium build, in his early twenties with dark hair. short at the sides.

He was wearing a dark blue polo shirt and beige combat shorts.

The fifth man is white, in his late twenties, of a stocky build with mousey short messy hair.

He was wearing a light-coloured jumper.

The red Honda CG125 motorbike was recovered however a set of keys and cash were not.

Investigating officer PC Gregory Price Jones from Aylesbury police station said: “This appears to be an isolated incident and thankfully the victim managed to get away.

“If you have any information about this incident or saw anything suspicious please get in touch via the 101 number.”