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Three charged with knife point robbery of 60-year-old in Highbury

14:38 02 January 2013

Three men have been charged in connection with the incident

Three men have been charged in connection with the incident

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Three men have been charged with the knife point robbery of a 60-year-old man on Sunday.

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Police rushed to Ferntower Road, Highbury, at around 9.30am after reports of an injured man.

The victim was taken to hospital with head and hand injuries.

Yousef Musa, 25, Halton Road, Islington, Ibrahim Jama, 23 of Mingard walk, Holloway and Troy Mangal, 18, of Caledonian Road, Holloway, were charged with robbery, wounding with intent and threatening a person with a bladed article.

All three appeared at Highbury Corner Magistrates Court on New Year’s Day and were remanded in custody.

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