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Two men sought in attempted robbery in Ross

Tribune-Review
| Tuesday, August 5, 2008 12:00 a.m

Ross police continued Monday to search for the two young men who attempted to rob an elderly woman at her home on Wanker Drive.

The woman allowed the men to use her phone Friday evening after they told her their car broke down and said that they knew another person who lives in the home.

While one was using the phone, police said, the other grabbed the woman from behind. They shoved her into a closet, threatening to kill her if she emerged.

The men rummaged through her purse and asked her if she had any drugs, police said. They left without taking anything.

is a former freelancer.

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