MaltaToday | 13 August 2008

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Labour MP bound and beaten up in burglary

Labour MP Prof. Anthony Zammit was the victim of a robbery at his home on Monday morning, when his house was robbed in the early hours of the night.
Police were stopped by neighbours in St Philip’s Square, Zebbug, at 4:45am, and alerted to a burglary at the MP’s house.
Zammit was faced with his aggressors when he found them waiting for him at home as he returned from his clinic. They then beat him around the head and ransacked the house.
Upon entering, Police found Zammit tied up. Three armed and hooded robbers had broken inside the house, where they waited for Zammit to return home.
They caused havoc inside the home, overturning everything, stealing a quantity of cash and then fleeing the scene of the crime on foot. A stolen car was found nearby.
Duty magistrate Silvio Meli is investigating.

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