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Thursday, August 25, 2016

Man robbed a pregnant woman in labour, in London


Police today, August 24th, released an e-fit
of mugger who attacked a Nigerian woman
while she was in labour. ...The suspect
punched her in the face and stole her phone
as she tried to call her family.
On June 26th, Patience Chukwu, 40, had left
her home in north London to take a bus to
hospital and was having contractions when
the man swiped her Samsung Galaxy from
her hands.
"I took out my phone to call my sister and tell
her I was on the way to the hospital when the
boy came up to me. He stood in front of me
and I thought he was about to ask for
directions. He was standing there staring at
me and then he snatched the phone from
me. As he grabbed it, I grabbed him by the
hood. I was trying to recover the phone. He
just hit me. He went to hit me in the
stomach, so I bent double and the blow hit
me in the face."
The attacker got on his BMX to flee but Ms
Chukwu grabbed him. "He was dragging me
and I was screaming," she said.
"Then he hit me for a third time and I went
blind for a short time. So I let go and he was
gone.
"It was horrifying. I sat there afterwards
shaking and shivering"
Ms Chukwu was initially treated on the street
by police after the assault, which took place
on a Sunday at about10am in Leadale Road,
Stamford Hill. She was taken to Homerton
hospital, where medics took her into theatre
for a Caesarean section after being unable to
detect her child’s heartbeat.
Her son, Kamsi Kishi, was born hours later
with complications. He suffers from
seizures, which police today said are a result
of the attack.
Ms Chukwu was not able to visit her child,
now eight weeks old, until the next morning
and could not take him home for a week
while doctors kept him under observation.
Police have now released an e-fit of the
suspect. Investigating officer Detective
Inspector Paul Ridley admitted:
"The e-fit is our last line of enquiry. We’ve
exhausted everything else. We’re appealing
for information from friends, relatives and
even criminal associates. Given the nature of
the act, I’m sure a lot of criminals would
have been shocked. We have a woman on
the brink of giving birth subjected to an
attack like that in broad daylight just for her
mobile phone."
The suspect is described as a thin black man
aged between 18 and 21 with short dark hair.
At the time of the attack, he was wearing a
green hooded jumper. Ms Chukwu, who also
has a four-year-old daughter, Kika, said:
"I didn’t expect that a heavily pregnant
woman in labour would be robbed. My belly
would have been huge. As he was robbing
me I was begging him, ‘Please, I’m in labour,
please’.

"That boy is wicked and I want them to
catch him before he attacks someone else."
Ms Chukwu also thanked members of the
Jewish neighbourhood watch group Shomrim
who rushed to her aid following the ordeal.
Pinchas Paksher, who was first on the scene
to help the woman shortly after the attack,
said:
"The thief was heartless, targeting the most
vulnerable in society, the victim was on the
phone seeking help to arrange transport to
hospital when her phone was snatched. I
urge anyone with information to call police or
Crimestopper"
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