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  buck33  |  14

Well the FML says "tried to mug me" so I don't think the mugger succeeded. So maybe he was arrested and OP found out his name that way.

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  bamagrl410  |  31

If OP was mugged, the guy probably has his or her ID & other things, which could make adding someone on Facebook relatively easy. I wouldn't think (or hope) they knew each other.

By  maemadness  |  2

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  maemadness  |  2

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By  DocBastard  |  38

I've always heard Australia is populated entirely with criminals, but this is taking it a step too far. Does this mean your friend tried to mug you, or that even the criminals try to be friends with everyone?

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  SonOfAMitch  |  14

Sometimes when they come to mug you, they ask if they can tag you in the pictures and upload them up to Facebook, adding captions like "omg hanging with my bestie victim here at '_____' xx" I think it's very nice :)

By  gracehi  |  31

I'm trying to figure out how that would even happen. Someone you know tried to mug you? Or did you introduce yourself to your mugger? "Your money or your life!" "Oh, hello there! I'm John Smith. Nice to meet you."

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  Marteeny23  |  19

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  JFurr  |  9

I doubt there's any evidence other than OP's word. I don't think that's enough for an arrest. But I'd give props to OP for being able to identify his or her attacker as well as not getting mugged. It says "tried to mug me". Way to go!

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  emilyjgraham  |  34

There's a small possibility if on the same day or clothes had not been washed that there could still be fingerprints on them, if they had touched them at all. Just a small chance, but it might be worth something :)

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