'Onesie'-wearing teen robbed in Shoreham

A 'onesie' similar to the one the robbery victim was wearing

A 'onesie' similar to the one the robbery victim was wearing

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A onesie-wearing teenager was robbed as he walked to the newsagents.

The 18-year-old, from Shoreham was wearing the distinctive black one-piece garment with a skeleton print on it when he was set upon.

Two men approached him from behind, assaulted him and took his mobile phone, as he walked along Brunswick Road, Shoreham, at 7am on Thursday, December 31. The victim suffered bruising to his face and hand.

The first suspect was described as white, aged 18-21, 5'11", of stocky build, with fair hair and wearing a white top.

The second suspect was white, aged 17-18 years old , 5'6", stocky build, with dark hair and wearing a dark coloured hoodie.

Witnesses are asked to call 101 or email 101@sussex.pnn.police.uk quoting serial 162 of 31/12.

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7:16pm Fri 3 Jan 14

Roundbill says...

How very odd: since when has it become police procedure to give a description of the VICTIM, rather than the PERPETRATOR?
How very odd: since when has it become police procedure to give a description of the VICTIM, rather than the PERPETRATOR? Roundbill
  • Score: 7

7:44pm Fri 3 Jan 14

bluemonday says...

Roundbill wrote:
How very odd: since when has it become police procedure to give a description of the VICTIM, rather than the PERPETRATOR?
was thinking the same thing
[quote][p][bold]Roundbill[/bold] wrote: How very odd: since when has it become police procedure to give a description of the VICTIM, rather than the PERPETRATOR?[/p][/quote]was thinking the same thing bluemonday
  • Score: 6

8:26pm Fri 3 Jan 14

Roundbill says...

bluemonday wrote:
Roundbill wrote:
How very odd: since when has it become police procedure to give a description of the VICTIM, rather than the PERPETRATOR?
was thinking the same thing
Then why you no give me thumbs up? :-(
[quote][p][bold]bluemonday[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Roundbill[/bold] wrote: How very odd: since when has it become police procedure to give a description of the VICTIM, rather than the PERPETRATOR?[/p][/quote]was thinking the same thing[/p][/quote]Then why you no give me thumbs up? :-( Roundbill
  • Score: 2

9:25am Sat 4 Jan 14

bluemonday says...

Roundbill wrote:
bluemonday wrote:
Roundbill wrote:
How very odd: since when has it become police procedure to give a description of the VICTIM, rather than the PERPETRATOR?
was thinking the same thing
Then why you no give me thumbs up? :-(
happy now ;-)
[quote][p][bold]Roundbill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bluemonday[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Roundbill[/bold] wrote: How very odd: since when has it become police procedure to give a description of the VICTIM, rather than the PERPETRATOR?[/p][/quote]was thinking the same thing[/p][/quote]Then why you no give me thumbs up? :-([/p][/quote]happy now ;-) bluemonday
  • Score: 0

10:06am Sat 4 Jan 14

Roundbill says...

bluemonday wrote:
Roundbill wrote:
bluemonday wrote:
Roundbill wrote:
How very odd: since when has it become police procedure to give a description of the VICTIM, rather than the PERPETRATOR?
was thinking the same thing
Then why you no give me thumbs up? :-(
happy now ;-)
Happy as "Happy" Jack McHappy, winner of last year's Happy Award.
[quote][p][bold]bluemonday[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Roundbill[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bluemonday[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Roundbill[/bold] wrote: How very odd: since when has it become police procedure to give a description of the VICTIM, rather than the PERPETRATOR?[/p][/quote]was thinking the same thing[/p][/quote]Then why you no give me thumbs up? :-([/p][/quote]happy now ;-)[/p][/quote]Happy as "Happy" Jack McHappy, winner of last year's Happy Award. Roundbill
  • Score: -1

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