Bristol man robbed while walking home

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BRISTOL, Conn. (WTNH)– A Bristol man was robbed Tuesday night as he was walking home, according to police.

Police say the victim, a 20 year old male, was walking to his home on Landry Street after getting off the bus on Main Street. The male cut through Brackett Park where he was approached by two males.

One of the males demanded the victim give them his money and cell phone. The victim handed over the money and phone and ran towards Landry Street.

The two suspects are described as black and Hispanic males. The black was described as six feet tall, about 170 pounds, and clean shaven. The Hispanic male is described as about 5’10”, about 200 pounds, and also clean shaven. Neither indicated they had a weapon to the victim.

If you have any information, you are asked to call police at 860-584-7931.

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