Duo appear in court charged with robbery and GBH with intent after 67-year-old man is badly beaten

PUBLISHED: 09:11 20 October 2014 | UPDATED: 10:01 20 October 2014

Three Bassingbourn men have been charged in connection with a series of sexual assaults in Cambridge.

Three Bassingbourn men have been charged in connection with a series of sexual assaults in Cambridge.


Police have charged two men with robbery and causing grievous bodily harm with intent following a “vicious” attack on a 67-year-old man in Ely.

Lee Jones, 32, of Skegness Road, Stevenage, and Sebastian Yellowe, 22, of Langthorne Avenue, Stevenage, have been charged with robbery and causing grievous bodily harm.

They appeared at Cambridge Magistrates Court on Saturday and were remanded in custody until Friday, when they will appear before a judge at Cambridge Crown Court.

It is alleged that the pair robbed and attacked the man late on Wednesday night as he walked through Ely’s Cherry Hill Park, off Broad Street.

When the man did not return home as expected, the alarm was raised and he was discovered shortly after 1am in the park.

He suffered serious facial injuries in the attack and was taken to Addenbrooke’s Hospital, in Cambridge, for treatment, where he remains in a serious but stable condition.

It is understood that the man, from Ely, is the parent of a pupil at King’s Ely.

A 33-year-old woman also arrested in connection with the incident has been bailed until November 26.

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