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8:02am 22nd June 2014

A man has been attacked as he walked along a Looe street.

This happened on Thursday evening in Bodrigan Road at about ten o'clock.

He was knocked to the ground before being assaulted and having his pockets searched.

Devon and Cornwall Police said: "The incident happened at around 10pm on Thursday, June 12, 2014, in Bodrigan Road, Looe, when the man was assaulted and knocked to the ground, before being further attacked and having his pockets searched.
"The victim managed to get to his feet and defend himself before the three attackers ran off.
"The first was a man of mixed race, early 20s 6ft 2 ins tall with a skinny build and wearing a dark baseball cap with a round-neck black T-shirt. He was also wearing light grey denim shorts and Umbro trainers.
"The second attacker was a white man, early 20s 5ft 5ins tall with a stocky build, short black hair and a pale complexion. He was wearing a white v-neck T-shirt, blue denim trousers or shorts and black shoes.
"The third man was also white and in his early 20s with a tanned complexion, and wearing a black T-shirt with a red long sleeved top underneath and blue jeans.
"Police would like to speak to anyone who may have witnessed the incident or recognised the offenders involved."
Anyone who can help is asked to contact 101 with crime reference  CR/080954/14.

8:02am 22nd June 2014

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