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Man attacked during attempted robbery in Sudbury

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A victim was struck on the head as two men attempted to rob him in Sudbury, sparking a police appeal for witnesses.

The incident occurred on Saturday, December 22 at approximately 10.45pm.

A man in his late 40s was walking in an alleyway between St Bartholomew Road and Colney Close, towards Sudbury town centre, when he was approached by two men in their late 20s to early 30s.

The offenders demanded he hand over money, and when the victim refused, they struck him over the head.

A brief altercation ensued, after which the two offenders fled the scene.

They are described as being white with tanned complexions, dark hair, speaking with foreign accents, and standing between five feet eight and five feet ten inches tall.

Anyone who can help should contact Suffolk Police by calling 101, quoting the crime reference number 37/73966/18.


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