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downsmail.co.uk Plea for witnesses to aacks


KENT Police are appealing for witnesses following reports of vi- olent night-time robbery attacks of two men in the same part of Maid- stone. The first happened along the


banks of the River Medway, near the Archbishop’s Palace, on Febru- ary 25.


Officers are investigating allega-


tions a 57-year-old victim was fol- lowed by three men in Palace Avenue, near to the famous county town landmark, on the Saturday evening between 9.35pm and 10pm. According to reports of the inci-


dent, the three men approached him where they are then alleged to


have stolen his mobile phone before knocking him to the ground. Four days earlier, three men are


also reported to have approached a 19-year-old man in Mill Street, close to the Archbishop’s Palace. It was reported that between 1.30am and 1.45am they asked him for a cigarette before punching him, knocking him to the floor. While on the floor, the trio con-


tinued to punch and kick him be- fore reaching into his pocket and stealing a mobile phone. The phone, whichwas an iPhone


5c in yellow, also had sentimental value to the victim as it contained a sticker photo of his grandfather on


the back.Anorange lighterwas also stolen from the man. In both incidents, the three men


have been described as being of Eastern European appearance and aged in their twenties to early thir- ties.


One man is described as being around 5ft 4in with a slim build with the second man being de- scribed as being 5ft 11in and of a medium build. Both men were re- ported as having beards. Anyone with information can call


Kent Police on 01622 604100 quot- ing crime reference YY/5099/17 or Kent Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111.


The Archbishop’s Palace – close to the scene of two violent attacks


Spilling beans on Arsenal antics


Former Arsenal and


England player Paul


Merson


ARSENAL fans can hear the antics of club favourite Paul Merson at a special evening at Lashings Sports Bar in Maidstone. The midfield star, now 48, battled


with drink, drugs and gambling ad- dictions at the height of his Premier League career. But he won through to play for England and start a suc- cessful new career in the media on Sky Sports. He will be telling all his


hilarious stories of the antics of players like Tony Adams, Ray Par- lour and Perry Groves at Lashings Bar inMaidstone on Thursday,May 4 – and will have plenty to say on the state of the current Arsenal squad. Tickets for his one man show cost £15 – including burger and chips – from Lashings on 01622 755030 or email sportsbar@lash- ings.co.uk and at www.lashings.net


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