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Appeal to attempted robbery Sudbury

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Police are appealing for witnesses to an attempted robbery in Sudbury.

It took place at about 9.35pm on Thursday 4 July on King Street.

A male victim, aged 22, was approached by a female asking for money and, after refusing, the female made a phone call to unknown person describing the victim.

The victim has then left the area walking towards King Street where a short while later he then was ushered by three unknown males into the driveway between Chicken George and Illustrated Tattoos on  King Street.

The three males then surrounded the victim, one of which has grabbed him pushing him up against the wall whilst the others have attempted to locate items from his pockets. The victim managed to run away and was unhurt.

The female is described as being white, in her mid 20s, about five foot five inches tall, with ginger straggly hair and wore a black tank top and black leggings with white trainers.

The males were described as white in their late 20s or early 30ss and wore black bandanna covering their mouths with hoods up. They were wearing either grey jogging bottoms or black jogging bottoms.

Anyone who witnessed the incident or has knowledge of it should contact police, quoting crime reference 37/38896/19


Email: DS Harger

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