A FRESH appeal has been launched after a man was robbed of cash on a Dudley footbridge in broad daylight.

The robbery took place on the bridge over Duncan Edwards Way at around 10am on Monday, December 16.

The victim was approached shortly after withdrawing money from a cash machine.

Appealing for information at the time, police said one of the assailants restrained the victim on the bridge, while the other offender then stole a large quantity of cash and a bank card from the victim.

Both men then made off down Watsons Green Road.

Police have today (January 16) relaunched the appeal and have again released CCTV images of two men they wish to speak to about the robbery.




A spokesperson from West Midlands Police said: "Do you know these two men?

"We want to talk to them after a man had money stolen in Duncan Edwards Way, Dudley, at about 10am on Monday 16 December, shortly after withdrawing it from a cash machine."

Anyone with information should contact police or Live Chat or by calling 101 and quote crime number 20DY/296565G/19.

Crimestoppers can also be called anonymously on 0800 555 111.