Appeal after pensioner punched and mugged in Great Yarmouth public toilet
- Credit: Archant
An appeal has been launched to help a pensioner who was punched in the face and mugged in a public toilet.
Geoff', from Cobholm, who is in his 70s, had his wallet stolen after he was hit and fell to the floor.
The incident happened in the lavatories at Market Gates in Great Yarmouth.
He suffered swelling and bruising to his face and a cut to his hand following last Thursday's incident, which was between 1.30pm and 1.40pm.
A pub where he drinks is now raising money to replace the stolen money.
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Manager of The Duke's Head in Hall Quay, Hollie Anderson Jones, added he was a lovely man and they had raised about two thirds of what is needed.
Donations are being collected in a jar behind the bar, and can be made in person.
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Anyone with information should contact Great Yarmouth Police Station on 101 quoting reference number 206-29-06-17.