A Cyclist was robbed by two men as he pushed his bike through a nature reserve, but police have only just released e-fit images of men they want to talk to who may have vital information about the incident.

Thames Valley Police has released two E-Fit images following a robbery in Slough.

The incident took place on Tuesday, 26 June at about 9.35pm at the Haymill Valley Nature Reserve.

The victim, a 19-year-old man, was walking through the nature reserve pushing a bicycle with him when he was approached by two men.

They assaulted him before stealing his bicycle and a bag containing his wallet, mobile phone and phone charger.

The victim sustained a knee injury as a result of the incident.

The first offender is a white man, aged in his early twenties, about 6ft tall with a muscular build.

He had short blond hair which was spiked up on top, and short stubble.

He was wearing a tight fitting vest, grey tracksuit shorts, Nike trainers and also had a diamond earring in his ear.

The second offender is a white man, about 5ft 8ins with a medium build.

He had black hair, styled in a quiff, and was not wearing a top, but had a black t-shirt tucked into the waistband of his grey Nike tracksuit bottoms.

Both of the offenders spoke with strong Irish accents.

Case investigator Jaspal Sahans, based at Slough police station, said: “I would like to speak to them men in these E-Fits in connection with this incident.

“If anyone recognises them or has any information which could help us to locate them, please get in touch.

“If you witnessed this incident, or have any information about it which you think could be relevant to our investigation, please call the Thames Valley Police non-emergency number on 101.”

You can also contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.