Attempted Robbery Outside Kink Nightclub
October 14, 2014, 4:54 pm
Bedfordshire Police are looking for anyone outside the Kink nightclub in Luton who saw an attempted robbery at around 3.30am on Sunday 12 October. The offender struck the victim twice, causing him to lose his glasses.
PC Ben Stone, investigating, said: “At around 3.30am the victim left Luton Town Centre and was walking up Dunstable Place past the Kink nightclub when a man walking behind him asked him where he was going. The offender then got in front of him and turned to face him demanding money from him. He then struck the victim twice on the left side of the jaw, knocking his glasses from his head and making him stumble backwards. The victim stood his ground and refused to hand anything over, so the offender then made off down Dunstable Place towards the Town Centre.”
The victim, a white man in his twenties was left with a cut to his upper lip on the left hand side.
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PC Stone continued: “The attack happened outside the Kink nightclub and we know several people saw this attacked. We would like them to contact us, in confidence and anonymously if they’d prefer, and let us know what happened.
“The offender is described as a white male, possibly Eastern European, aged in his mid-twenties, 5 foot 6 inches in height, of small to medium build with short dark hair and wearing dark clothing. Did you see this man in Dunstable Place or coming from to returning to the Town Centre?”
Anyone with information relating to this incident can contact PC Ben Stone, in confidence, at Bedfordshire Police on 101, or text information to 07786 200011.
Alternatively you can contact the independent crime fighting charity, Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111.
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