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Elderly woman robbed at her Banora Point driveway

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Police are investigating the robbery of an elderly woman at Banora Point on Friday morning after she’d returned home from a visit to her local bank.

The 78-year-old woman had parked outside her house after going to the bank when a man jumped into her vehicle and grabbed her handbag.

Detectives are also investigating whether the man and the vehicle involved are linked to other similar robberies in southeast Queensland recently.

Police told media that it was possibly the same person involved in which elderly people were targeted after visiting the bank.

 


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