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NA WA O! Thief Is Caught On Camera Dragging An Old Woman On The Ground (PHOTOS)

Daniel

Oct. 29, 2020

Police are currently on the hunt for a thief after he was caught on CCTV camera dragging a 79-year-old woman to the ground while robbing her.
Jaw-dropping video footage showed the instance an elderly woman was mugged as she walked down a residential street.
In the video clip, the thug could be seen running towards the victim as she walked along a path in Kettering, Northants.
He then violently grabs the pensioner's bag and dragging her down to the ground with it.
The 79-year-old releases her grip from the bag before the man runs away, leaving the elderly woman scared and struggling to get back up on her feet.
The pensioner could be seen kneeling on the pavement while clutching one of her arms.
The vicious attack, which occurred in the town's St Theresa's Close at around 3.40pm on Sunday, October 25 left the elderly woman with a broken arm.
THIS MOTHER WAS CAUGHT ON CAMERA SERIOUSLY BEATING HER CHILDREN
Detective Constable Paul Bates said: "Many people will be shocked by the CCTV footage we have released today and rightly so.
"This lady, like everyone else, should be able to go about her business and feel safe.
"Her attacker has taken that feeling of safety away from her and it is imperative that he is identified and brought to justice."
Two 31-year-old men have since been arrested in connection with the offence and have been released on bail pending further enquiries.
ELSEWHERE, Amarjeet Sada was only seven when he was believed to have murdered a baby - his first murder.
He has been branded the world's youngest serial killer and had reported murdered three people by the time he was eight years old.
Amarjeet Sada
Amarjeet, from the village of Mushahar in Bihar, India, allegedly murdered his six-year-old cousin - his uncle’s daughter - in 2006.
9-YEAR=OLD BOY IS CAUGHT ON CAMERA ATTACKING CHILDREN IN A DAYCARE
He is also believed to have murdered his own eight-month-old sister.
According to Amarjeet's uncle, some family members were aware of the crimes, but they were considered "family matters".
The incidents went unreported until Amarjeet killed a third baby in 2007.
His final alleged victim was a six-month-old baby girl named Kushboo.
The baby's mother, a neighbour, told police she had left her daughter sleeping at a primary school and the baby was missing when she returned, Gulf News reports.
A few hours later, Amarjeet reportedly admitted he had strangled the tot and hit her with a brick.
He then led villagers to the spot where he had buried her.
The young boy was taken away by police and admitted to the murder of his sister three months earlier, and his cousin a year earlier, according to reports.
Inspector Shatrudhan Kumar said the killings had been carried out in an identical manner.
Once in custody, police said Amarjeet smiled a lot, but did not speak.
According to The Times of India, a psychologist at the time said the young boy was a "sadist who derives pleasure from inflicting injuries".
But, under Indian law, a child cannot be sent to prison. Instead, they can be detained at a children's home until they turn 18, according to The Guardian.
The boy was reportedly placed in a home in the town of Munger.
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