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Facebook Money Shot Triggers Robbery

Facebook Money Shot Triggers Robbery

A Bundanoon family have been robbed at knifepoint after a girl posted a photo of her grandmother’s life savings on Facebook.

The 17-year-old was helping her 72-year-old grandmother count her personal savings at a Sydney home last Thursday when she took a photo of a pile of cash and posted it on her Facebook page.

About 11.30 that night, two men armed with a knife and a wooden club broke into the Bundanoon home of the teen’s family and threatened the girl’s mother, demanding to know where the cash was being kept.

A 58-year-old man and 14-year-old boy were also home at the time of the home invasion, but no one was hurt.When the girl’s mother told the intruders the girl no longer lived there, the pair searched the house and took a small amount of cash and other personal property before leaving.

Police were called the next morning and a crime scene was established.

The men were wearing dark-coloured clothing, gloves and had their faces covered.

Anyone with relevent information is urged to contact Bowral police on 4862 9299 or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

The robbery has prompted police to warn social media users to be careful about the kinds of information they post online.

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