Granny power overwhelms armed bandit in Malvern An 82yearold woman from Glen Iris and her friends, an 89yearold Malvern woman and a 71yearold Glen Iris woman, were walking back to their car parked in a multilevel car park in Drysdale Street after shopping on Dandenong Road at about 3.15pm.
Police said the trio walked past a stolen silver Mazda coupe parked on the ground level, with Mulberry two male occupants playing loud music.
It is alleged mulberry messenger bags the passenger of the car approached the women and held a knife to the 82yearold woman throat, demanding her handbag before her 89yearold friend hit him over the head with her bag.
A Glen Iris man aged in his 40s walking past at the time came to the aid of the ladies and the bandit ran back to the car then fled empty handed.
Start of sidebar. Skip to end of sidebar. The 82yearold Mulberry Bag Sale woman received a small cut to her hand in the attack but didn't require treatment. The men were last seen in a silver Mazda coupe, registration TOA 542.
The offender is described as being about 180cm tall, aged 30 to 40 years old with a solid build, unshaven and scruffy appearance.
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