Police issue artist's impression of man who helped rob a teenager in Loughborough
Police have issued an artist's impression of a youth who helped two others to rob a teenager.
The 19-year-old victim was targeted by three people in Loughborough.
He was told to hand over his mobile phone.
The attack was carried in True Lovers Walk, near Radmoor Road, at 1.45pm on Tuesday, October 5.
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The victim has helped police create the image of one of the attackers, who are thought to be Asian or Middle Eastern and between 15 and 17.
The other two were wearing hooded tops and had scarves covering their faces. One of them had a grey hooded top and trousers.
Detective Constable Steve Winterton said: "This was obviously a distressing incident for the victim and I would appeal to anyone who recognises the image of this man to get in touch.
"Please take a moment to look at this image and see if you recognise this man."
Contact Det Con Winterton on 101 or Crimestoppers, which is anonymous, on 0800 555 111.