Police in Birmingham are appealing for help from the public after a pub's takings were stolen in the Highters Heath area.
The offence took place on Tuesday September 14 at around 11.40am on Prince of Wales Lane, Warstock, near to the junction with Maypole Grove.
A woman carrying the takings from the Prince of Wales pub was walking away from the High Street when she was chased by two men.
They pushed her to the ground near Grendon Road and pulled the handbag from her grasp, before running into Maypole Grove.
Several witnesses chased the offenders through the Daisy Farm park where one of the offenders brandished a screwdriver at the pursuing individuals. The men eventually jumped over a garden fence and were not seen again.
The empty handbag was later recovered by officers.
The first offender is described as a white male, aged approximately 30 to 35, around 5ft 9in, with a medium to stocky build. He was wearing all dark clothing, with a mask or scarf covering his face.
The second offender is described as a white male aged approximately 25 years old, about 6ft , with a slim build. He was wearing a red rain type jacket with a hood and also had a dark coloured face covering.
Detective Constable Lee Reeday said: "Understandably the victim is extremely shaken by the robbery and therefore I would urge anyone with any information to please come forward".
Anybody who may have seen the incident or has any information is asked to contact DC Lee Reeday at Bournville police station on 0345 113 5000 ext 7822 6733, or call the national charity Crimestoppers anonymously, on 0800 555 111.