Woman robbed of rings after being threatened in Dumpton Gap alleyway

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A woman in her 40s has been robbed of jewellery while walking in an alleyway in the Dumpton Gap area.

It was reported that the victim was walking in an alleyway off Seacroft Road at around 2pm on Thursday (December 3) when the robbery took place.

The victim was pushed against a wall and threatened into handing over her rings to the offender, who then left the scene going towards Montefiore Avenue.

The suspect is described a white man in his thirties, with a large build and approximately 5 feet 9 inches tall. He was wearing black trainers, dark jeans, a black padded jacket and gloves and black hat. He also wore a blue surgical mask.

Anyone with information regarding the robbery, should call Kent Police on 01843 222289 quoting 46/214786/20.

You can also contact the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously by calling 0800 555 111 or using the anonymous online form at Crimestoppers-uk.org.


  1. How awful. Put your thinking caps on people think of the description of this scum bag does anyone who lives near your
    fit this description. Did you see anyone who does. Let’s all shop a yob and get this type of scum off our streets. Shop a yob.

  2. If these crimes were reported straight away at the same time the police were made aware then they stand a far better chance to catching those responsible.

  3. 10GB. I mean make it public via txt or internet. In the USA where my son lives if there is a crime the police broadcast it over the radio / CB / text / internet. They have very little crime in that town.

    • Ah I see what you mean Bill, sounds like a good idea, you might want to get some more details on this and promote it to the authorities!! not sure where you need to start on that one, worth pursuing though 👍

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