Heartless thieves hit a man in his motorized wheelchair before robbing his bag of cash and his cell phone
- On Friday a man in a wheelchair was attacked by two men in Melbourne
- The 56-year-old was attacked by two men who brought cash and a cell phone
- The police described the two alleged perpetrators as being of African descent
A male-bound wheelchair was attacked by two male attackers, one hit him and the other grabbed his money and cell phone.
The 56-year-old victim was in his motorized wheelchair on Watson Street in Brunswick, Melbourne, when the two men attacked him on Friday at about 7 p.m.
The police say that one of the perpetrators attacked the victim, while the other was able to grab his bag, which contained a cell phone and cash.
Allegedly a wheelchair-bound man was turned on by two male attackers, one of them hit him while the other grabbed his money and cell phone (stock photo)
The 56-year-old man sustained minor injuries to his face and was taken to the hospital.
The police said that both attackers had an African appearance.
Anyone with information or who has witnessed one of the incidents is urged to contact Crime Stoppers at 1800 333 000.
It is claimed that the 56-year-old victim was in his motorized wheelchair on Watson Street (photo) in Brunswick, Melbourne, when the two men attacked Friday at about 7 p.m.
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