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Man was robbed at knifepoint at Bradford Morrisons store
9:00am Wednesday 16th October 2013 in News
A man had £200 and a bank card stolen when he was robbed at knifepoint outside a Morrisons store in Bradford.
The offence, which happened near a cashpoint at the supermarket on Mayo Avenue, was one of nine crimes in Wibsey ward reported to police between October 5 and 11.
The police figures, released yesterday, revealed there was a burglary at a property on Elmfield Drive, Odsal, where various electrical items were stolen. Two boys, aged 14 and 16, have been arrested for the offence.
Five vehicles were targeted during the seven-day period, including a SmartForTwo car which was stolen. Also, a catalytic converter was stolen from Kenmore Drive, a satellite navigation system from Moore Avenue, an integrated computer system from a vehicle on Hutton Road and a handbag from Larch Hill.
Burglars also targeted sheds, one on Moore Avenue and one on Collbrook Avenue.