A BOGUS delivery driver was caught on camera dragging an unconscious gran and her bloodied teen grandaughter through a house during a brutal daylight raid.
The thug in a high-vis jacket allegedly punched the 61-year-old woman, fractured the schoolgirl’s jaw and thumped her aunt.
The man was filmed dragging an unconscious woman through the home[/caption]
The home raider was seen menacingly looming over another woman[/caption]
Moments earlier the bogus delivery man was shown on CCTV delivering a box to a large detached house in Luton, Beds, at 10.30am on Monday.
Cameras in the hallway apparently recorded the 14-year-old girl answering the door and being punched and dragged along the hall.
When her grandmother heard her screams, she rushed out of the living room and was knocked out with a punch.
Harrowing footage also shows her being dragged on the floor into the kitchen.
The teenager was grabbed by the throat and told to “shut up” as she bravely tried to trip up the robber.
The girl’s aunt, aged 27, heard the noise and came downstairs where she was then thumped by the thug.
My niece is only 14. She was very badly hurt. It was one really has strong punch
The young victim's aunt
The robber, who spoke broken English with what the family think is an East European accent, escaped with the two Hi-Fis.
One family member said: “My niece is only 14. She was very badly hurt. It was one really has strong punch.
“She is in hospital and will have to have surgery tomorrow. She has fractured bones.
“When my mother heard her screams he punched her and knocked her out cold. She had internal bleeding and is being kept in hospital. They don’t want to discharge her for a couple of days.
“All he escaped with is two old-school Hi-Fi disc players.
“He does not take anything valuable he just hurt them. He was brutal.
“We want to let people know to be on their guard against the men pretending to be delivery drivers.
“We want to warn people. This is a serious crime.”
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Bedfordshire Police confirmed they are investigating but there have been no arrests.
A spokesperson said: “We were called at approximately 10.40am on Monday (September 2) to a report of a burglary in Luton which resulted in three people being seriously assaulted.
“The investigation is currently ongoing and we are appealing to anyone who has any information to contact Detective Inspector Natalie Fletcher on 101 or using our online reporting tool quoting Operation Parish.”