THE hunt is still on for a would-be robber who fractured a man's jawbone in an attack in Reading.

Thames Valley Police said the victim was approached by a man who demanded he handed over his belongings in Lower Earley on April 2.

The victim, a man in his twenties, refused and as a result the would-be robber punched him to the left side of his head.

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It happened about 10pm at the junction of Bradmore Way and Cutbush Lane.

The force confirmed this week that there have been no arrests since the attack two weeks ago.

It said the victim's jawbone was fractured in the attack and he was taken to hospital for treatment, but has since been discharge.

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Witnesses are still being sought for the attack, and the man police are looking for is described as a white man, aged in his twenties, of slim build with an unkempt beard.

Officers said he was wearing a dark coloured hooded top and a loose bandana around his neck and was also walking a medium sized black dog, similar to a pitbull.

Anyone with information is to call police on 101 quoting reference 43200103108