Girl, 50, punched unconscious by thugs who robbed her for cellphone and £16

A WOMAN was brutally punched unconscious by thugs who stole her cellphone and £16 all through a violent theft.

Mikako Pearse, 50, was travelling to work when she was ambushed by two males at Kingswood station in Sydney, Australia, at spherical 5am on Wednesday morning.

Mikako Pearse was ambushed and robbed by two males at Kingswood station in western Sydney, Australia on Wednesday morning
CCTV footage captured the two thugs sooner than the violent assault on the 50-year-old woman

The blow was so arduous that she had no recollection of the violent assault when she regained consciousness.

Primarily based on 9news, she staggered 300 metres to her residence, the place her husband then known as the police.

Officers found proof of the vicious assault as soon as they checked CCTV captured near the station.

The footage, which has been launched by police, reveals her strolling to the station, sooner than the pair technique her from behind and one man punches her and she or he falls to the underside.

The thugs then determine up her backpack which accommodates her cellphone and a purse with £16 (AUS$30) sooner than they flee as a result of the unconscious woman lay on the underside.

Mikako was admitted to hospital and has since been discharged from their care.

Her husband Jeffrey said his partner is so traumatised that she feels unable to return to work and even stroll to the station the least bit.

“Mikako was lined in blood, all through her shirt and jacket, and dripping blood from a decrease on her cheek,” he said.

“She had blood working all through her face, I wanted to get a towel to aim to stop the bleeding.

“She has no memory from when the blokes attacked her until when she acquired residence.”

He added how they every believed she was safe strolling to the station and that his beautiful partner “didn’t deserve this to happen”.

Detective Inspector Jason Pietruszka said: “This was a one-punch assault on a defenceless 50-year-old woman.

“Her accidents that she suffered, she was not aware she’s been robbed and assaulted until CCTV footage was seen and depicted the event”The accidents are one issue, they’ll heal, the trauma of what she went though may ultimate a really very long time.”

Police want to talk to the two males throughout the video footage, every of whom had bikes.

Certainly one of many males was carrying black polo shirt, blue shorts, a black cap, and white trainers.

The alternative was carrying a blue Puma t-shirt,  black shorts, a black cap, trainers and shoulder bag.

Police have appealed for anyone throughout the area between 5am and 5.15am on Wednesday to contact them.

Mikako’s husband Jeffrey (pictured) said his partner is so traumatised that she feels unable to walk out of the house

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