Good Samaritan could help trace robbers
POLICE have launched an appeal to find a good Samaritan who helped a man after he was robbed.
The victim, a 39-yearold man, was walking along Park Lane, Macclesfield, with two men on Sunday, March 6, sometime between 1.30am and 2am.
As they approached the Park Lane underpass the victim, who is from Congleton, was knocked unconscious and robbed by his companions.
When he came round the victim was helped by a smartly dressed man in a black coat who offered to call an ambulance.
Police are hunting for the offenders who were both white and in their 20s. The first had short brown, brushed forward and wore a distinctive blue jacket with the white logo ‘Exide’ across the shoulders on the back and on the front left side of the jacket. The second man had short brown hair with thick sideburns and wore a long-sleeved navy blue shirt with dark trousers.
DC Jennie Martin said: “We are currently following a number of lines of enquiry and as part of the investigation I am keen to speak to anyone who believes that they have any information that could help us to trace the two men involved in this incident.
“I’m particularly keen to speak to the good Samaritan who assisted the victim following the incident.”
Anyone with any information can call police on 101 quoting incident number 125 of 6/3/2016 or anonymously to Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.