Robbers order a lorry driver parked in Peckleton out of his cab before emptying his wallet
Two thugs ordered a lorry driver to get out of his vehicle before taking cash from his wallet.
The driver was targeted on Tuesday morning (JAN 15) while he was sitting in the cab of his stationary vehicle in a lay-by on the A47 Hinckley Road, near Peckleton.
The men told the driver to get out and the forced him against the side of the vehicle, and took cash from his wallet.
The two men then got into a white Toyota Hilux, which had writing across the rear panel, and drove away.
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Detective Constable Ania Chajacka said: "The victim was quite shaken by the incident, but did the right thing by calling police immediately and making us aware.
"We have been working with the driver to try and find out as much as possible about the offenders and hope that members of public will be able to help us piece together what happened.
"If you think you recognise the suspects described, if you witnessed the incident or think you may know the car involved, then please call us immediately."
The suspects are black. One has short dreadlocks, a round face and large eyebrows. He is muscular and approximately 26.
The second is approximately 40 and has short, black hair.
Contact Det Con Chajacka on 101 or Crimestoppers, which is anonymous, on 0800 555 111.