Surrey cabbie suffers Christmas Day hijacking and assault

Surrey Police are hunting four people in connection with the hijacking and assault on a cab driver im Englefield Green.

At approximately 8.55pm on Christmas Day, the unnamed cabbie dropped somebody off in St Judes Road, Englefield Green, when a woman jumped into the front of his vehicle and asked to be taken to Addlestone Hospital.

The woman explained to the driver that she needed to visit her mother in hospital, prompting the driver to accept the fare.

It was reported by Surrey Live that 3 men then jumped into the back of the vehicle.

The woman in the front then attempted to grabbed the steering wheel, forcing the driver to bring the vehicle to a halt in Bakeham Lane.

The driver then got out of his vehicle and was attacked by his passengers, the woman then took the cabbies keys and stole his car, which was later found in Farnborough. The 3 men made their escape on foot.

Police are hunting a white woman with black curly shoulder-length hair, aged between  20 and 30, wearing a red jacket, jeans and heeled boots.

They are also hunting 3 other people, with the first one is described as male, short, large build, brown short straight hair, thin style moustache and beard, aged between 20 and 30. He was wearing jeans and a black jacket

The second male suspect is described as short and slim, with brown short hair with similar facial hair to the first man 

The third suspect is also male, white, tall, slim build, brown short hair brushed to the side and aged 20 and 30 Police have requested that If you have any information, call them on 101 (999 in an emergency) or report it online. Quote the reference number PR/45180136724 

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