TWO BOGUS POLICEMEN WITH PAKISTANI ACCENTS ATTACK AND ROB WOMAN IN FRONT OF HER CHILDREN
There was a time when even criminals and gangsters had some kind of ethics and lived by a set of unwritten rules that if they were broken, members of the underworld would dish out their own justice. Now there is no such thing as honour amongst thieves. Especially when the criminals happen to be Muslims who are well known for lacking morales. Robbing from your own in their home, hitting women and violence in front of children were all off limits. Unfortunately now its all part and parcel of daily life as Muslim criminals behave in the lawless ways of their motherland.
Bogus police officers attack Deighton mum in front of her two young sons and steal jewellery
Aug 19, 2014 10:33 By Louise Cooper
Raiders steal large quantity of Asian gold jewellery from family’s home
A mum-of-two was viciously attacked in her own home by two men posing as police officers.
The 31-year-old woman was punched in the face in front of her two sons aged just five and seven.
The victim answered the door at her home in Ochrewell Avenue, Deighton, to two Asian men claiming to be police officers investigating an incident.
The men pushed her into the house and attacked her, leaving her with two black eyes.
The robbers escaped with a large haul of Asian gold jewellery.
Huddersfield CID are investigating and appealed for information on the raid which happened at 11.30pm on Friday.
The two boys were shocked but unhurt.
Det Con Andy Clayton, of Huddersfield CID, said: “This was a very disturbing incident for the victim and her young children.
“However, these type of offences are rare and we do not believe there is any wider danger to people in the local area and we are investigating this incident as a targeted robbery.”
The suspects were both described as Asian men who spoke with Pakistani accents. The first suspect had a stocky build, was around 5ft 8in tall and was wearing a light coloured hooded top with white writing across the shoulder blades. He also wore black gloves and dark coloured trousers.
The second man was wearing a black top with the hood up, fastened across his face, and black trousers.
Det Con Clayton said: “I am appealing for any members of the public who may have seen anyone matching the descriptions in the area around the time of the incident to get in touch.
“I would also be keen to hear from anyone who may have been offered Asian jewellery for sale and harbours any suspicions about its origin.”
Anyone with information is asked to contact Det Con Clayton on 101 or by calling Crimestoppers, anonymously and in confidence, on 0800 555 111.