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Pedestrian assaults cyclist stopped at traffic signal

Date Posted: 2011-10-14

Naha City Police say they’ve no idea why a man stepped up to a motorcyclist stopped at a traffic signal in the city’s Omoromachi district, asked “why are you looking at me?” and then proceeded to beat him and steal his wallet.

The 10:30 a.m. incident occurred when the pedestrian, thought to be about 60 years of age, accosted the cyclist, started the quarrel, assaulted him with his fist, then robbed the 25-year-old and ran away. Cops say the pedestrian stole the wallet from the younger man’s back pocket while he was trying to start his motorcycle to escape.

The assailant is described as 160cm tall, dressed in long pants and a gray colored jacket, and had a white towel wrapped around his head. The suspect wore glasses, carried a black rucksack on his shoulder, and had an umbrella on his waist. Police say the wallet contained about ¥2,000 cash.

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