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Police ask victims of robbers to press charges

  • Police say the men have carried out a series of crimes against Syrian workers. (The Daily Star/HO)

BEIRUT: The police are asking people who were victims of two robbers to come forward and press charges.

In a statement Saturday, the Internal Security Forces said two Lebanese men, identified as M.R., 19, and N.S., 20, have robbed a number of Syrian workers on several occasions along the highway connecting Shoueifat to Khaldeh, south of Beirut.

The two were on board a blue motorcycle and are currently in detention.

The ISF released a photo of the men and asked citizens who were robbed by the pair to come forward to the nearest police station or call 05-921-115.

 
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