Police '˜keeping open mind' after woman holds pedestrians at knifepoint in separate incidents in Peterborough
Two people have been threatened at knifepoint in two separate incidents in Peterborough.
On Tuesday April 4 at about 11.50am in Bushfield, Orton Goldhay, a woman was approached by a woman with a knife who demanded money. The victim handed over £20 and the offender left the scene. Nobody was injured.
The following day on Wednesday April 5 at about 12:15pm in Stagsden, Orton Goldhay, a man was walking when he was approached by a woman with a knife who demanded money. The man told her he had no money and she left the scene. Again, nobody was injured.
Police said they were: “keeping an open mind about these two incidents and whether they are linked.”
Anyone with information please call 101 quoting CF0186350417 or CF0186250417.