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Thugs savagely beat man on floor in Birmingham robbery

Shocking moment thugs savagely batter man as he cowers on the floor during broad-daylight robbery

  • Victim, 40, was set upon in Birmingham city centre at 6pm on Sunday 
  • He was robbed of his wallet and keys and viciously punched in the face 
  • West Midlands Police released the footage as part of an appeal to track down those responsible  

By Georgia Simcox For Mailonline

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Shocking footage has been released by police showing the moment a defenceless man is savagely battered as he cowered on the floor in the street. 

The victim, 40, was set upon on Corporation Street in Birmingham city centre at 6pm on Sunday and robbed of his wallet and keys. 

He was viciously punched in the face and had his head stamped on during the sickening unprovoked attack. 

The victim, 40, was set upon on Corporation Street in Birmingham city centre at 6pm on Sunday and robbed of his wallet and keys

The victim was left with nasty head injuries and needed hospital treatment to a badly bruised eye and possible facial fractures. 

The footage shows the man being repeatedly punched as he curls up in a ball next to a scooter. 

West Midlands Police released the footage today as part of an appeal to track down those responsible.  

The footage shows the man being repeatedly punched as he curls up in a ball next to a scooter

The victim was left with nasty head injuries and needed hospital treatment to a badly bruised eye and possible facial fractures

A force spokesperson said: ‘The shocking footage shows several people witnessing and filming the incident and we would urge them to contact us as soon as possible so that we can identify those involved.’

Detective Inspector Gemma Currie added: ‘We’re horrified at the violence used towards this man who simply curled himself into a ball to escape the onslaught.

‘Footage shows several people in the area who may have footage or information which could assist and there will be many more who recognise them.

‘This could have ended far worse than it has and we would urge you to do the right thing and contact us.’

Anyone with information can contact police via Live Chat online at west-midlands.police.uk, call 101 anytime or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

West Midlands Police released the footage today as part of an appeal to track down those responsible

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