Cyprus Mail

Limassol man mugged

Two unknown attackers broke the nose of a 25-year-old man in Limassol on Sunday evening before stealing €485 in cash.

The victim reported to police that two people approached him at around 8.30pm and one of them demanded he hand over his mobile phone. When he refused, they allegedly grabbed him and demanded money.

They then hit him in the face and on other parts of his body. The 25-year-old fell down, and the two attackers snatched his wallet which contained €485.

The injured man went to Limassol general hospital, where it was found that he had suffered a nasal bone fracture. He received first aid and was released.


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