South Wales Police appeal for information on robbery in Llanishen, Cardiff

South Wales Police is appealing for information on a robbery in Llanishen, Cardiff, last night (Monday, November 14).

At around 10.30pm a 22-year-old man was assaulted and robbed of his electric bike in the playground near St Martins Crescent.

An area of the park has been cordoned off and officers are carrying out enquiries in the St Martins Crescent and Fishguard Road areas.

Detective Inspector Tim Jones from South Wales Police said: “The victim suffered a very serious head injury and is currently at the University Hospital of Wales, Cardiff.

“Possible suspects have been identified and arrest enquiries are on-going for two male suspects who were among a larger group of males last night.

“We would appeal for anyone with information on this incident or the individuals responsible to please contact us.”

If you can help, by providing information or CCTV footage, please
contact us online here [1] or by calling
101 quoting occurrence *385963.

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