Police are appealing for information following three robberies in Bordon.
The first incident took place just before 4pm on Wednesday, August 29 at the cash point outside of Lloyds TSB bank in Camp Road.
The victim, a 79-year-old man, was using the cash point at the bank which is next to the fire station when he was pushed from behind. The offenders then withdrew £250 from his bank account.
The second incident occurred at some time between 9.15pm and 9.20pm on Friday, August 31, when the victim, who is aged in her 50s, was in her wheelchair at the junction of Woodside Park and High Street, Bordon.
The woman was approached by two people. One of them grabbed hold of the wheelchair and shook it as though to tip her out. Meanwhile, the other grabbed her handbag and then they both made off.
The handbag had blue and cream stripes with brown handles and a brown strap, and contained personal items and identification.
The third incident took place at around 7.45pm on Monday, September 3. The victim, a 68-year-old man, was at the cash point at Lloyds TSB, Camp Road withdrawing £200. He was approached by two people who pushed him out of the way and took the cash and his card. They offenders then ran off.
Detective Sergeant Dawn White, said: "On each occasion these people have deliberately targeted elderly, vulnerable people. I am appealing for information in relation to these incidents so we can find those responsible.
"We have descriptions of the offenders from the victims; we are looking for two people, aged in their 20s, wearing hooded tops. Did you see anyone matching these descriptions in the area, or running from the scene, around the time of these robberies?
"I would urge anyone with any information to come forward and help us catch these people."
Anyone with any information should contact Alton CID on 101 or call Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111.