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Thugs attack teenage boy and steal his Scream mask in Hester's Way on Halloween

By EchoMichael  |  Posted: November 05, 2012

Gloucestershire Constabulary

Gloucestershire Constabulary

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THUGS attacked a teenage boy and stole his Scream mask on Halloween night.

 

The 15-year-old victim was walking along Princess Elizabeth Way in Hester's Way, opposite the Shell garage, when he was attacked between 8.30 and 8.45pm on Wednesday.

 

Two men dressed in black approached from behind, pulled him to the ground and assaulted him.

 

They then stole the mask – which is a scary white face and black hood worn by killers in the popular Scream horror movies – from his pocket.

 

The boy suffered minor injuries in the incident.

 

Anyone with any information about the robbery is asked to contact Gloucestershire Police on 101, quoting incident number 473 of October 31.

 

You can also give information anonymously by calling Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 or going to crimestoppers-uk.org

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  • chr1582  |  November 05 2012, 4:56PM

    These people sound like retards! Most street attacks contain a mobile phone or wallet being stolen (something of value), not a ruddy scream mask! Idiots.

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  • Goliath  |  November 05 2012, 4:06PM

    My a**hole comment was to the thugs. Not the 15 year old... Apologies

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  • Goliath  |  November 05 2012, 4:05PM

    Isn't 15 a bit old to be going trick or treating? But so many a**holes around nowadays!!

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  • gallopingbear  |  November 05 2012, 3:59PM

    The headline makes a bit of a mockery of what sounds like a traumatic and potentially dangerous attack.

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  • Matt1006  |  November 05 2012, 3:09PM

    Well how big & clever of them. Not. Two men against a single 15-year-old. Scumbags. Hope you get what you deserve.

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