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Noah Rabbani: Hamilton teen remains in ICU after vicious beating
Noah Rabbani: Hamilton teen remains in ICU after vicious beating

Noah Rabbani: Hamilton teen remains in ICU after vicious beating

Noah Rabbani, A 15-year-old Hamilton boy is in recovery postsurgery for a blood clot on the brain after being robbed and beaten with a baseball bat over the weekend.

Police say Noah Rabbani was attacked in the area of Rymal Road East and Fletcher Road around midnight on November 27.

Two men in a vehicle pulled up beside him, got out of the car and beat the boy repeatedly with a baseball bat.

The suspects stole his backpack and fled in their car.

Rabbani’s family says he suffered extensive injuries to his jaw, spine and limbs. He also has a fractured skull, brain swelling and memory loss.

The grade 10 student underwent major surgery yesterday and is currently recovering in hospital.

Police are still looking for two men believed to be involved in the attack. The first suspect is described as male, white, 5’6″ with a thin build and the other is described as male, white and 5’8″.

Detectives are asking any potential witnesses who have yet to speak to police to contact them. Anyone that believes they have information that could assist with solving this crime is asked to call Detective Mike Hall by phone at 905-546-4947. Anyone with information who wishes to remain anonymous can call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 or submit tips and information online at www.CrimeStoppersHamilton.com

Agencies/Canadajournal




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