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Robbery puts former con back behind bars

An ex-con is on his way to having the “ex” removed from that designation after robbery proved too difficult to resist. Police said the man, out of the joint for only months after a six-year stretch, had struggled to find work and so found an accomplice instead.

The newly formed crime duo then blocked a man’s way on Tuesday night and separated him from his cash and jewellery at the end of a cleaver. After a complaint was filed, police found and arrested him the next day. NOKORWAT

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