Police Scotland Detectives at Paisley are appealing for witnesses after a 43 year old man was robbed in Paisley on Saturday 6 September 2014.
Around 11:05am, the 43 year old man was walking in West Buchanan Place in Paisley. He had just made a purchase of alcohol in a shop in George Street. Two men, who were sitting on a pavement, started speaking to the victim. They asked him to hand over his purchases and when he refused, one of the males assaulted him.
The victim fell to the ground and sustained a facial injury. The suspects made off, with the alcohol on foot. The injured man went to the Royal Alexandria Hospital in Paisley where he received stitches for a facial injury and was released after treatment.
The suspects are described as a white male, mid 20’s with short light brown/blonde hair. He was approximately 6’ tall, medium build and had two small scars on his face. (He was the attacker).
White male, aged 20’s – 30’s, stocky build with short brown hair.
Detective Inspector Suzie Chow at Paisley CID is appealing for witnesses. She said: “Paisley would have been busy at that time of the morning and I am sure passers-by would have witnessed this incident. I would appeal to anyone who was in West Buchanan Place around 11am yesterday morning and saw the attack or the two men sitting on the pavement to come forward.”
Any person with information is asked to telephone the CID at Paisley on the non emergency number 101. Alternatively telephone Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 where anonymity can be maintained.
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