Deaf school student robbed at Kennedy Plaza

PROVIDENCE, R.I. — Two men robbed a 16-year-old student of the Rhode Island School for the Deaf as he waited for his bus in Kennedy Plaza Thursday morning, according police Maj. Thomas A. Verdi.

Timothy Jallah and his mother told police on Thursday evening that two men followed him at about 7:45 a.m. when he got off the bus at Kennedy Plaza to transfer to the bus that would take him to school. As one man pinned Timothy’s arms behind his back, the other searched his pockets, stealing a wallet containing personal documents.

The Robbery Squad is investigating.


Deaf school student robbed at Kennedy Plaza

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