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14 August 2013, 16:31 | Updated: 15 August 2013, 12:41
A teenager's been hit twice with a baseball bat and robbed in Bletchley, Milton Keynes.
The 18-year-old and a friend were walking in Sheelin Grove when two men approached them and started chasing them at 4.30pm on Friday 9 August 2013.
One of the men tried to hit the victim on his legs with a baseball bat, but he managed to block the blow with his hand.
He was then knocked to the ground by a blow to the back of the head with the bat and attempted to attack him with a knife. He was hit a second time with the bat and the man went through his pockets, stealing two pound coins.
The attacker was white, of medium build, around 5ft 11in to 6ft tall, about 19-years-old, with short mousy brown hair.
He was wearing a grey jumper, white knee length shorts and a black baseball cap. He spoke with what was possibly a Scottish accent.
He carried a wooden baseball bat and a small machete knife with a blade about 6 inches long and 4 inches wide.
The man the offender was with was also about 19-years-old, white, around 6ft 1in tall, of medium build and wearing grey jogging bottoms.
The victim went to Milton Keynes hospital where he was treated for a large lump on the forehead.