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Man Robbed Near Inglis

At 10:05 pm Halifax Regional Police received a report of a robbery. A male was at a bus stop on Barrington St near Inglis when a man and a woman approached him.  The man said he would stab him.  No knife was seen, but the victim was punched in the face.  Suspects took the victim’s cell phone and wallet and fled on foot. 
 
Suspect’s description is as follows:  White female, 30-35 years old, approximately 5’2, wearing a blueish colored sweater, a hoodie and jeans. The male suspect was a light skinned black male, 5’9-5’10 in his 40’s, wearing a black leather jacket with a hood, and blue jeans.  He had a skinny build and a thin moustache.
 
 
Source: Release

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