Man threatens two women at knifepoint at city centre cash machine

A man wearing a hat, gloves and scarf - despite the summer weather - threatened two women at knifepoint at a cash machine in Glasgow city centre today.

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He held up the women, aged 31 and 37, as they used an ATM in Sauchiehall Street.

The man had a bladed weapon and demanded they hand over their cash.

But a passer-by intervened and the would-be mugger fled empty-handed.

The incident happened just after 2am.

Chief Inspector Alan Porte said: "He was a white male, of thin build and in his late 30s or early 40s. He was wearing a dark hat, gloves and a white scarf - with a tribal print on it - that covered his face.

"Given it is the middle of summer, his clothing would have made him very distinctive."


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