A pregnant woman was beaten and robbed in North London, while pushing her baby in the pram on Christmas Eve.
Two men grabbed the 39 year old woman and began punching her to the ground on Regents Park road near Primrose Hill.
The pram with the baby in was pushed to the side and rolled into a parked car.
The woman had her engagement ring, watch, iPhone, handbag and charm bracelet stolen. Her child in the pram was unharmed, and she was treated in hospital.
One of the men has been described as white, stocky and 6ft tall. The second man was described as 5ft 9inches tall and black.
They were both wearing black Puffa-type jackets, black hats and black scarves, and spoke with a distinct London accent.
The woman was lucky to only receive bruising to the face, and her unborn child was not harmed in the incident. She was discharged from the hospital the same day.
The attack took place at 9pm on Christmas Eve.
Melvin Sargeant, Detective Constable from Camden Police said "This was a truly unpleasant crime on a lady who is 17 weeks pregnant and with a baby, especially at Christmas time. Thankfully the baby and the unborn child were unharmed".
He went on to say "However, I appeal to anyone who may have seen or heard anything to contact police. This was a cowardly act on a vulnerable person and we are following several lines of enquiry to apprehend those responsible".
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