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PUBLIC ASSISTANCE SOUGHT FOLLOWING CARDIFF HOME INVASION

Police have called for public help as they hunt three men over a vicious attack on an elderly man at Cardiff, believed to be a case of mistaken identity.

As reporter Stephen Mount explains, the 77-year-old was bashed and robbed, and left without the means to call for help.

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About Stephen Mount

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Stephen Mount began his media career as a reporter and producer with NBN almost 20 years ago before taking up a role with National Nine News in 2003, where he was the Northern Territory's sport and weekend news presenter and presenter / producer of his own weekly sports show. In 2006 he joined the Newcastle Knights as Media and Communications Manager where he spent five seasons before moving to the Hunter Medical Research Institute. After six years in business management he's returned to NBN as a casual reporter and producer while studying law at the University of Newcastle.

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