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Royal British Legion charity worker robbed in Brishing Lane, Maidstone

30 July 2014
by Gareth Arnold

A robber squirted washing up liquid in a charity worker's face before running off with takings from the Royal British Legion.

The attack happened on July 21 in Brishing Lane, Maidstone, between at about 11.30am. The 50-year-old victim chased his assailant down Francis Lane but lost him in Senacre.

The shop worker was transporting takings from the Royal British Legion shop in Bicknor Road.

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Police are appealing for witnesses

The attacker was a white man aged between 20 and 30 years old. He was 6ft tall and wore a grey tracksuit with the hood up and face obscured by a scarf.

Detectives are appealing for anyone with information to make contact. Witnesses are asked to contact Detective Constable Jonathan Pearce on 01622 604270, quoting crime reference YY/14652/14.

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