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A 21-year-old has been robbed in broad daylight in Berkshire.
Sometime between midday and 1pm on Tuesday 3rd August, a 21-year-old woman was walking home from Pangbourne along the A329 heading towards The Basildon National Trust Park, when she was approached by three men.
One of the men had a lock knife and demanded that she cross the road. She was taken down a dirt track to some open woodland, where the men searched through her property. The woman was hit over the head with an unknown object, fell to the floor and blacked out.
When she came round the men had gone and her cash and jewellery was missing.
She gave police three descriptions of the men who attacked her.
One is black, around 5ft 7ins, of broad build, in his late teens to early twenties with black medium length cornrow hair with beads on the end. He had big dark eyes and a large nose.
The second man is black, around 5ft 7ins and described as looking young.
The third offender is black, 4ft 11ins, young and slim. He had cornrow hair that was shaved at the side of his head with a circular pattern.
It's thought they may speak with a French accent.
Anyone with any information should contact Newbury CID via the 24-hour Police Enquiry Centre on 0845 8 505 505. If you do not wish to speak to police you can contact the Crimestoppers charity anonymously on 0800 555 111.