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Rock-slinging robbers rounded up by police

Rock-slinging robbers rounded up by police

Two delinquents clearly didn’t know how to pick an easy target – or a prime location – if their attempt to rob a trio in the capital yesterday morning was any indication.

In an effort to dislodge three nightclubbers who were riding a motorbike home, the ne’er-do-wells started throwing rocks at them from their own motorbike.

The victims, however, immediately shouted for help, attracting the attention of nearby police, who chased down the suspects.

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