A plainclothes police officer was attacked and robbed by a group of 'North African' suspects at a metro station in Paris last week, according to reports.
The incident unfolded at around 10:15 p.m. on October 7 in the French capital.
An undercover cop was approached by three males of 'North African' appearance on a platform at Saint-Paul station.
One of the suspects asked the man for a smoke.
"After asking him for a cigarette, which the police officer refused, one of the three individuals pretended to punch him while a second individual grabbed him by the shoulder," a source explained to Le Figaro.
"The latter took his gold chain and a wedding ring used as a pendant."
During the altercation, the officer was slammed into a railing, injuring his back.
The suspects fled the scene and have not been identified or caught, according to the latest available updates.
A heated debate over violent crime and lawlessness tied to mass migration has been raging in France.
Military leaders fired off multiple incendiary letters last year, warning the Macron government of looming "civil war" if strong measures are not taken to regain control of a society spiraling into chaos.
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