DETROIT (WXYZ) - Dozens of people gathered Friday night at the corner of Grixdale and Joseph Campau in Detroit, not far from where an 85-year-old woman was robbed and pushed down her basement stairs by two men who police believe had just raked and bagged her leaves.
They gathered and then walked the streets in the area passing out “Wanted” flyers and trying to help police find the suspects. They are members of a group called Detroit-300; it is the same group that walked the streets this summer after a 90-year-old woman was raped in her home.
The group says they will go wherever they are needed to let the criminals know they can't get away with victimizing senior citizens or anyone else.
Police in the area say not only was the 85-year-old woman robbed and hurt, another woman in her 80's in the same area was hit by a shovel and robbed after some men worked in her yard.
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