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Man robbed of mobile phone in Brighton street

19 February 2013

Police are searching for two men who robbed another man of his mobile phone in a Brighton street.

At 3.30am on Tuesday 19 February the 19-year old local man was walking home up Ditchling Road by The Level, and had reached with junction with Union Street when he was attacked by two men who punched him and took his Apple iPhone 4. The victim went home having suffered facial bruising.

The suspects are both described as being in their late teens, one was about 5'11" and the other was slightly shorter.

Detective Sergeant Emily Hoare said; "If you were in the area of Ditchling Road and The Level around 3 to 3.30am on Tuesday morning and saw any suspicious activity, please contact us via 101 quoting serial 0100 of 19/02. You can also call the independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111."

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