Elderly Northampton man threatened with knife and had liquid made up of acid sprayed in eyes while in bed

An 80-year-old Northampton man was held at knifepoint in his own home and had cleaning products sprayed in his eyes.
Albert Glasgow of St James had his mobile phone, 100 cigarettes and pocket watches stolen by two men wearing balaclavas early on Monday morning.
The frail man, who suffers from arthritis, was asleep when the attackers climbed through a window in his living room before they made entry to his kitchen in search of money.
Alex Glasgow, Albert’s grandson said: “The two pocket watches, which were stolen were sentimental and they meant a lot to him. He bought them for his own... read more

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