Sunday, 23 February 2020

Two British-Pakistani residents injured in Manchester robbery

MANCHESTER: Two British-Pakistanis were wounded in a robbery attempt in the United Kingdom (UK), media reported.

The incident occurred at a mobile phone retailer where the Pakistan-born British citizens, Saeed Ahmed and his son, were present.

The both were attacked with knives by the dacoits when they refused to give their belongings during the mugging.

The victims were moved to a local hospital and are being treated there.

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