Sisters beat thief
Cash machine thief gets his comeuppance - and he tells his would-be victims' mother that THEY need to learn some manners.
Police have today released CCTV images of attempted robbery in south west London as they try to track the man down. Dressed in a knitted hat with ear flaps, the man cycles up to the woman on a red bike and waits for the cash to come out before lunging forward to try and grab it.
Immediately the two sisters, aged 25 and 27, realise what he is trying to do and one punches him in the face. The same woman then grabs him around the neck with both arms and puts him in a head lock. After freeing himself, the man spits at the women as they walk away so one of the sisters promptly turns around and pulls him off his bike.
As they went up the street to joint their mother who was waiting for them, the cyclist rode up and told her: 'If I was going to rob them I would have taken the money. 'Your kids need to learn some manners'.
He is described as white, about 5ft 8 tall, and wearing a blue and white Alpine hat, a black jacket and riding a red and black bike.
*Anyone with information should contact Sutton Police station on 101 quoting reference 4005406/13 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.