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A resident has told of the terrifying moment a couple burst into their neighbour’s home armed with a suspected machete.
Police sealed off Maybole’s Whitehall Court on Wednesday evening following the attack.
The injured man, named locally as Derek Robertson, was attacked with the weapon before the pair ransacked his house.
The 64-year-old man was treated for serious injuries, and was rushed to Ayr hospital.
He was then transferred to Glasgow Royal Infirmary where his condition is described as stable.
One horrified neighbour said: “It happened at about 7pm. Apparently a man and a woman burst into Derek’s house with a machete.
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“They attacked him then cleared out his house.
“This is a nice area, it’s all pensioners that live here. I cannot believe something like that would happen here.”
Another neighbour added: “Six police cars and an ambulance arrived on the scene.
“I saw Derek come out of the house with paramedics. It looked like his arms were all cut up and there was a lot of blood.”
Following the incident police sealed off the flats at the end of Whitehall Court.
Officers remained on the scene yesterday afternoon.
One resident told how they had planned to go out but were told by police to stay in their house.
They said: “The whole street was in lockdown. We were about to go out when about we saw all the police outside.
“We hadn’t heard them coming because we had the television on but they told us we had to stay in our house.
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“This is a good area, you would never expect to see something like this happen here.
“But I just hope he’s okay – he works for the council I believe, I think he’s in the bins and the gritting department.”
Police have launched a probe into the incident and have appealed for any witnesses.
A Police Scotland spokesperson said: “Officers were called 6.45pm on Wednesday, 11 December, 2019 to reports of a serious assault in Whitehall Court.
“A 64-year-old man was taken to Ayr Hospital for treatment to serious injuries, he was then transferred to Glasgow Royal Infirmary where he remains in a stable condition.
“Enquiries are ongoing.
“Anyone who may have seen anything in the area around 6.45pm yesterday or has any information is asked to contact police on 101, quoting incident number 2975 of Wednesday, 11 December.”
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