POLICE have released E-fit images of two people they want to speak to in connection with an assault in Andover.

A 25-year-old woman was punched and had an ID card from her wallet snapped in half on Thursday, 13 December.

The woman was walking on the footpath between King Arthurs Way and Anton Lakes with her two-year-old son when she was approached by two teenage boys, aged around 16 or 17-years-old.

The pair proceeded to punch the woman in the stomach and demanded her wallet. They then took an ID card out of her wallet, snapped it in half, and handed the wallet back to her before walking off.

The woman was not seriously hurt.

One of the teenagers has been described as mixed race, slim, around 5ft 5ins tall, aged around 16-17 years-old and wearing a brown beanie hat, black jacket, and black jeans with a ripped knee.

The other was described as white, medium build, around 5ft 4ins tall, having distinctive blue eye, aged around 16-17 years-old and wearing a black beanie hat black jacket and black tracksuit trousers with a white stripe on the side.

Hampshire Constabulary has released the e-fit images in the hope that it will help with their investigation into the incident.

If anyone has any information about the assault they are asked to contact police on 101 quoting 44180463803.