Roadside mugging near Aongatete

Police are investigating a roadside assault and robbery from early this morning.

Pulling over to have a nap on the side of the road near Aongatete ended with a motorist being assaulted and robbed.

A police spokesperson says a 25-year-old man was robbed after he had pulled over to have a sleep in his car on Walker Road, just after 12.30am.

Two unknown men approached the driver, punched him and demanded money, before stealing his car keys and cell phone, says police.

The pair were last seen running into neighbouring orchards – heading to two separate directions.

A dog unit was used to track the offenders, but to no avail, says police.

Police enquiries to locate the offenders are ongoing.

Anyone with information about the crime are asked to contact their nearest police station.

Alternatively, information can be left anonymously via the Crimestoppers 0800 555 111 line.


OH, and if the Coppers ever catch

Posted on 14-07-2018 23:39 | By The Caveman

the S _ _ THEAD criminal, it will be a wet bus ticket - AGAIN. A bit of Singapore Justice would see this sort of criminal activity DISAPPEAR overnight.


Posted on 13-07-2018 21:47 | By Molly.

How awful & disgusting this is, the young man was doing the right thing by pulling in & having a nap. He is obviously a responsible young man & what a crying shame for this to happen to him. Hope he is ok.

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