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Phoenix PD Looking for Man Who Beat and Robbed a 90-Year-Old Woman

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Police are looking for a man they say beat and robbed a 90-year-old Phoenix woman yesterday.

The man got into the woman's house through an unlocked window and pillaged her house for more than an hour, police say.

In the process of trying to defend her home, the helpless woman suffered a broken clavicle as well as several cuts and bruises.

The suspect then took off in the woman's car, which was recovered later that day.

Phoenix police haven't released a description of the suspect, and no arrest has been made.  

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