Women mugged Dé­nia pen­sioner in broad day­light

Costa Levante News - - NEWS -

By Jo Pugh MORE THAN a year af­ter re­quest­ing a pave­ment and bi­cy­cle lane be built be­tween Benissa town cen­tre and the tram sta­tion, a so­lu­tion may fi­nally have been put on the ta­ble to en­able to project to go ahead.

Benissa coun­cil had asked Ali­cante pro­vin­cial coun­cil to build the lane be­tween Pla de Bon­aire and the sta­tion, on the CV­740, a stretch of 1.4 kilo­me­tres. Last Tues­day, Manuel Juan, town plan­ning coun­cil­lor, and Fer­nando López Corsi, re­spon­si­ble for tourism and fi­nance, met with Juan Molina, the pro­vin­cial deputy of roads, to en­quire on the sta­tus of the project.

At the meet­ing the so­lu­tion was put on the ta­ble whereby the pro­vin­cial coun­cil, who are re­spon­si­ble for in­fra­struc­ture, By Sa­man­tha Kett watch off, then fled the scene CAFÉ cus­tomers who witon foot. nessed a vi­o­lent mug­ging Cus­tomers at the café said chased the cul­prits down a they thought at first that the Dé­nia street and pinned them women and man were fam­ily, down un­til po­lice ar­rived. then re­alised quickly some

Two women aged 19 and 21 thing was wrong and rang for help.were­seenap­proachin­gan elderly man in a busy precinct Whilst some of them in broad day­light and hug­ging rushed to the vic­tim's aid, and kiss­ing him, Na­tional Poothers set off in pur­suit of the could trans­fer this sec­tion to lice re­ported on Fri­day. 'hug­ger­mug­gers', and bythe town hall, who af­ter planOnce suf­fi­ciently dis­standers helped di­rect the pon­ing and pre­sent­inglice.it,could­tracted,they­went­forhis start the works to unite the wrist­watch, which has since Of­fi­cers man­aged to reur­ban cen­tre with the train been val­ued at €3,000. cover the watch and give it sta­tion, lo­cated in Berdica. The The pen­sioner put up a back to its owner when they pos­si­ble im­prove­ments on the fight, but the girls held down ar­rested the girls, who are beroad sec­tion re­sponds to the his arms and shook him un­til lieved to have been re­manded needs of Benissa in­hab­i­tants, they were able to rip his in cus­tody. as it will mean an in­crease in the safety of pedes­tri­ans, as well as an at­trac­tive pro­posal for leisure in gen­eral, ei­ther through walk­ing, run­ning or cy­cling.

Cur­rently the road, which also links Benissa to the coast, has no pave­ments and is un­suit­able for com­muters who wish to use it on foot or by bi­cy­cle.

It is hoped that the project com­ple­tion will co­in­cide with the re­open­ing of the sta­tion and Line 9 next

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