Terrified female driver is forced to squat in fear after a man and his girlfriend bashed and robbed her in the middle of a street during brutal rage attack & # 39;
- Reportedly, the man had the blue hatchback of the woman with his Ford Territory
- He is subsequently accused of verbal abuse and subsequently beats her on the street in Perth
- Witnesses claim that he stole items from her car before they fled the scene
- The police are investigating a & # 39; possible attack & # 39; but no charges have been filed
Witnesses claim that a man and his girlfriend were beaten in the back of a woman's car before they bash her and rob her in the middle of a street.
The alleged attack on road rage took place around 2:30 pm on Monday near the corner of Albany Highway and Denny Avenue in Kelmscott, Perth.
The police were present after several Triple-0 calls and are investigating a & # 39; possible assault incident & # 39 ;. There are no costs involved.
A dramatic photo of the incident shows the woman squatting next to her blue hatchback while a man in a striped shirt is standing in front of his car's door.
One of the various witnesses said the man was driving in the white Ford area when he fell behind the other car, then got out and abused her verbally.
This dramatic photo allegedly shows the moment when a man looted the car of a woman he already had after a minor traffic collision
& # 39; He rushed her up and got out and hit her. As you can see, she is cowardly, & the witness claimed.
& # 39; In addition, his girlfriend got out of the car and hit the lady too. Then she got back on the driver's side to drive away. & # 39;
The witness said that the photo she took depicted the man who decided to come back for more, when he reportedly stole items from her car.
& # 39; I was the first in my car and ran to him. He clearly said to me: & # 39; Do not come close to me & # 39 ;, the witness claimed.
Another witness and the alleged victim supported this version of the events.
At least six people helped the woman, took her car off the road, and sent traffic away from the area until the police arrived.
The police said they were investigating the alleged attack and the events that preceded it and asked everyone with information to come forward.
& # 39; None of the witnesses was able to take care of the registration of the relevant white Ford territory, but we have since received the image & # 39 ;, police said.
& # 39; It has now been provided to the Armadale police to assist with their investigation. & # 39;
The police said they still had to talk to all parties involved and would make an accusation once it was completed.
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