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Woman dragged out of car by her hair at Brisbane shopping centre

  • A 28-year-old was violently attacked by two women after a brazen carjacking 
  • The woman said she was dragged out of car by her hair in Brisbane’s south
  • The young woman had to spend the night in hospital with fractured tailbone 

A woman was hospitalised after falling victim to a violent carjacking attack at a shopping centre. 

The 28-year-old woman, who did not want to be named, said she was pulled from the car by her hair by two women.

After finishing dinner at Sunnybank Plaza, south of Brisbane, the young woman said two ‘girls’ opened her car door and demanded her keys and wallet, 9 News reported.

 

A woman (pictured) was hospitalised after falling victim to a violent carjacking attack at a shopping centre

After finishing dinner at Sunnybank Plaza (pictured), south of Brisbane, the young woman said two 'girls' opened her car door and demanded her keys and wallet 

After finishing dinner at Sunnybank Plaza (pictured), south of Brisbane, the young woman said two ‘girls’ opened her car door and demanded her keys and wallet 

‘They kick me on the face and step on my head,’ she said.

The carjackers left the woman with painful injuries including a fractured tail bone and bruises all over her body, leaving her unable to walk.

‘I can’t walk, can’t even like lie down,’ she said.  

The same pair are thought to have attacked another driver moments before targeting the 28-year-old, who then had to spend a night at Princess Alexandra Hospital.

The duo reportedly demanded the other driver to take them to the train station. 

Queensland Police know the identity of the two women and urge anyone with information to contact Crime Stoppers.

The same pair are thought to have attacked another driver moments before targeting the 28-year-old, (pictured) who then had to spend a night at Princess Alexandra Hospital

The same pair are thought to have attacked another driver moments before targeting the 28-year-old, (pictured) who then had to spend a night at Princess Alexandra Hospital



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