Update: Latest on York robbery which left man in hospital

Photograph: Richard McDougall
2 Aug 2016 @ 12.03 pm
| Crime, News
Mill Street in York. Photograph @ Google Street View
Mill Street in York. Photograph @ Google Street View

Police released more details today (August 2) about their ongoing investigation into a robbery in which a York man was badly hurt.

The robbery happened between 6.40pm and 7pm on Friday (July 29).

It left a man with a serious head injury. He was taken to Leeds General Infirmary. The man, who is 33 years old rather than 35 as previously stated, remains in a stable condition in hospital.

The 15-year-old boy arrested in connection with the incident has been released from bail with no further action.

A 19-year-old woman, a 40-year-old woman and a 30-year-old man, also arrested as part of the police investigation, have been released on bail pending further enquiries.

Meanwhile a previously arrested 33-year-old woman has been released from bail with no further action.

Police are still appealing for witnesses and information – see how to get in touch below.


From August 1, 2016 4.52 pm

Update: More arrests over York robbery which left a man seriously injured

Police have made more arrests in connection with a robbery late last week which left a man seriously injured.

A man and two women were arrested on Monday (August 1) by detectives investigating the attack.

They have been detained in custody while more investigations take place.

Meanwhile the 15-year-old boy who was arrested has been released on bail while police enquiries continue.

The robbery happened between 6.40pm and 7pm on Friday (July 29).

It left a 35-year-old local man with a serious head injury. He was taken to Leeds General Infirmary.

After the attack police cordoned off an area on Mill Street and George Street.

Officers have appealed to anyone in that area between 6.40pm and 7pm on Friday to contact them.

In particular, anyone who saw a group of youths is asked to get in touch.

north-yorkshire-police-logo-25How to help the police

Call North Yorkshire Police on 101, press 1 and pass information to the force control room
Or Crimestoppers 0800 555 111
Quote reference number 12160135699