Appeal after mugging
SUFFOLK Police are appealing for witnesses following reports that a 62-year-old man was robbed in Bury St Edmunds.The victim was mugged while he waited for a bus at the bus station in St Andrews Street North, on Wednesday, September 11.
SUFFOLK Police are appealing for witnesses following reports that a 62-year-old man was robbed in Bury St Edmunds.
The victim was mugged while he waited for a bus at the bus station in St Andrews Street North, on Wednesday, September 11.
The victim was waiting for a bus at approximately 2:45pm when he was approached by two men.
One of which produced a small penknife and demanded that he hand over a quantity of money. He did this and the two men left the scene on foot.
Both men have been described as:
N White, between 28 and 30-years-old, clean-shaven, approximately 5'9" tall with crew cut hair.
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N The offender who produced the knife was of medium build and wearing a grey and white sleeveless t-shirt and grey trousers.
PC Mark Ellis from Suffolk Police said: "This offence occurred in daylight and we are certain that someone will have witnessed the incident and be able to provide us with information to assist us with our enquiries."
"I would urge them to contact me at Bury Police Station on 01284 744 100 or they can call Crimestoppers on 0800 555111."