TWO teenagers allegedly assaulted a man in a Helensburgh shop car park before making off with his phone and bike.

According to police, a 31-year-old man was the victim of the attack in the Co-op car park in East King Street on Saturday, September 21.

Officers were called out around 12.30pm to a report of an alleged robbery, and after carrying out a search of nearby streets, two young males were apprehended and reportedly found to be in possession of the stolen items.

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The pair, aged 16 and 17 and both from the Kirkmichael area, were charged and held in custody to appear at Dumbarton Sheriff Court.

The male victim is said to have sustained an injury to his ear as a result of the attack.

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