'LADY' BANDIT KILLED
Posted: Wednesday, December 14, 2016
'LADY' BANDIT KILLED
A BANDIT, dressed as a woman complete with shaved eyebrows and lipstick, paid the ultimate price for trying to rob the owner of a Chinese restaurant in Woodbrook when he engaged an off-duty policeman and was shot dead on Monday night
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Cop robbed of $40,000
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Bite marks on her chest
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