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over the counter, or outside the
Bunbury Mail circulation area.

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A 20-YEAR-OLD
woman bashed by two
men while jogging in
Marlston Hill feels
sick to her stomach
when she sees
women walking
alone.
Bronte Macmillan
spoke exclusively to
the Bunbury Mail to
beg the community to
take precautions on
local streets.
The unprovoked
attack that
shocked
the city
left

Miss Macmillan with a broken
wrist, many bruises and a monthlong memory lapse.
Miss Macmillan was jogging
alone on Baudin Terrace about
5.30pm when a man approached
her and asked for money.
"I said no and tried to keep running – then I was knocked to the
ground," she said.
"I saw his feet in front of me and
then I was smacked in the head
and blacked out."
Bunbury police believe there



told her story to urge others to take
precautions when walking or jogging alone.
"I was driving the other night at
9pm and I saw a woman walking
by herself," Miss Macmillan said.
"It made me feel sick – I just
wanted to stop and yell out ‘What
are you doing?’
“People are too trusting in
Bunbury – please don’t let yourself
get in that situation.”
Miss Macmillan suggested people
run in groups of at least two, tell



People are too trusting in Bunbury – please
don't let yourself get in that situation.

were two men involved in the
attack.
Another jogger discovered Miss
Macmillan's unconscious body and
called an ambulance.
She woke up in Bunbury
Regional Hospital crying out “I
don't have any money!”
Her attackers have not been
caught.
The former Bunbury Senior
High student said she would not
go anywhere by herself now and
worries the attack might hit her
harder if her memory returns.
Miss Macmillan cannot
remember anything that happened in the month leading
up to that day on June 13.
“I have lost a month of my
life and that is frustrating,”
Miss Macmillan said.
“‘Remember’ has become
my most hated word – my
friends keep asking me if I
remember this or that and I
have no idea.”
The young woman has

someone where they are going and
exercise in well-lit areas.
She attends physiotherapy once a
week for her injuries and has been
offered police counselling.
South West Detectives officer-incharge senior sergeant John
Munday described the attack as
“opportunistic” and implored joggers to be more cautious.
“It is different running down
Ocean Drive which is lit and has
constant traffic as opposed to an
isolated track through sand dunes,”
he said.
Sergeant Munday said the investigation was still open.
Miss Macmillan described the
attacker as having sunken eyes,
scratches to his face, “really agitated” hands and wearing a grey
jumper.
❚ If you have any information
on the Marlston Hill attack, call
Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.
❚ See editorial on page 10.

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