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Alluring women used as bait in roadside theft

Highwaymen are alleged to have used a trio of beautiful women to lure motorists to a stop.

The three women stood at the side of the road on Monday, ostensibly attempting to flag down a ride. when an unsuspecting motorist pulled over, four men leapt out, clobbering the driver before grabbing his phone and wallet.

An hour later an eyewitness called the police, who managed to catch two of the seven suspects. Police cautioned that this is not the first time robbers have used such a trick.

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