Tuesday, 31 July 2007

Man robbed in Droylsden

Police in Tameside are appealing for witnesses after a 38-year-old man was pushed to the floor during a robbery in Droylsden.At around 11.30pm on Friday 27 July 2007, the victim was walking home along Manchester Road when approached the front entrance to Tesco supermarket.He then felt someone sneak up behind him and push him to the floor. As he lay on the floor he saw six young men behind him and he was then kicked several times.
As he lay there one of the offenders reached inside his pocket and stole his mobile phone, a silver and blue Nokia. He then managed to get to his feet and run off, but was chased by the offenders.At the same time a man and a woman in a passing car pulled over and told the victim to get in. He climbed in and they drove him home. The offenders are described as six white males all wearing dark clothing and hoodies.Officers are now appealing for witnesses to the incident and particularly want to hear from the man and the woman who came to the victim's help.Anyone with information is asked to call Ashton-under-Lyne volume crime unit on 0161 856 9260 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

Birch all these community wreckers.

Anonymous said...

PUT DECENT PEOPLE FIRST-ZERO-TOLERANCE-AGAINST-YOBS.

RK WEST said...

BNP-DUKINFIELD WANT MORE POLICE ON THE BEAT-LOCAL PEOPLE ALSO AGREE.

Anonymous said...

These thugs need to be dealt with.

Anonymous said...

All these child killers should hang.

Anonymous said...

fighting for truth is the British way of life.

tonydj said...

It is quite obvious that the authorities are more concerned with keeping ORDER than they are with enforcing the Law.

It is time to copy the good folk of Ulster and to defend ourselves. We must form local committees or associations to defend ourselves. To take on...if not take out....these gangs of vermin we must organise ourselves.

We need to learn who these people are. More importantly we need to find out who defend them and who help to keep them ON the streets, solicitors, social workers etc.

Start visiting the courts, go in the public gallery, watch the cases, note the lawyers. If there are just 10 or 12 of you on a whole estate, that will be enough to start.

"PEACE THROUGH SUPERIOR FIREPOWER"

Anonymous said...

GET THE POLICE ON THE BEAT NOW.

ncb1970 said...

Roy West rocks my world.

Anonymous said...

It makes you wonder if our friend Cllr Taylor would favour the yobs over their victims.