The police are investigating a robbery in Sandys where a 55-year-old male was attacked by a group of men, with one of the suspects taking jewellery, cash and a mobile phone from the man, who was taken to hospital for treatment.
A police spokesperson said, “Around 10:30 p.m. on Tuesday, October 3rd, 2023, police responded to a report of a robbery, which occurred in the carpark of Mr. Chicken, Somerset Road, Sandys.
“Upon police arrival, it was discovered that a 55-year-old male had been attacked by a group of men, one of them being armed with a knife.
“The victim sustained multiple injuries in the attack, including lacerations to his face and arm.
“One of the suspects is described as being a tall brown-skinned male, who is alleged to have taken a quantity of jewellery, cash and a mobile phone from the injured man. The other three suspects were dressed in dark clothing.
“Following the attack, the four suspects made good their escape in the direction of Cambridge Road.
“The victim was assisted by members of the public and later transported to King VII Memorial Edward Hospital by ambulance, where at last check, he was receiving treatment for his injuries, which are considered non-life-threatening.
“An investigation into the incident has commenced and anyone with information is asked to contact Detective Constable 2594 Dawn Hector, on 515-2594 or via email, firstname.lastname@example.org.
“You may also provide the information to a police officer you know.
“Alternatively, we urge you to call the independent and confidential Crime Stoppers number, 800-8477 or, use the online community reporting portal https://portal.police.bm.”