- Police are searching for two youths caught on CCTV mugging a frail pensioner
- Pensioner had been taking money out a cash machine when he was targeted
- Teenagers grabbed the money from him on Christmas day before cycling off
Police are hunting for two youths after an 89-year-old pensioner on a mobility scooter was robbed at a Sainsbury’s cash point on Christmas Day.
The frail pensioner had taken a number of notes out of the cash machine outside the supermarket on Greenwood Avenue, in Hull, around 9.30am when he was approached by the two teenagers on bikes.
They grabbed the money from him in broad daylight before riding off along 26th Avenue.
The man, who was on a mobility scooter, was left shaken but not injured during the incident.
Police are searching for these two hooded thieves who targeted an elderly man on Christmas Day
As the man pulled notes out the cash machine he was targeted by the two teenage boys
The youths have been described as white and in their late teens.
One was wearing dark blue clothing and riding a distinctive lime green mountain bike.
The other was wearing a khaki green coat and blue jogging bottoms and riding a silver mountain bike.
Anyone with any information should call 101 quoting log 127 of 25/12/17.
Police are hunting for these teenagers who targeted a frail pensioner on Christmas Day