An elderly woman has been threatened by a man with a knife after waking to find him going through her bedroom drawers.
Police say about 1.55am yesterday, a 90-year-old woman was asleep in her Council Street Moama unit when she was awoken by a man going through her drawers.
The woman told police the man threatened her with a knife and demanded money, before fleeing the home with a quantity of cash.
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Police believe the robbery is linked to a similar incident that happened earlier in the evening.
A man and woman returned to their accommodation in Shaw Street and after hearing noises, spotted a man in the backyard.
A few hours lter, the couple were woken by a front window breaking in their unit.
The couple told police the man, who had previously been in the backyard, put his head through the window and demanded money.
The 61-year-old man threw a chair towards the window and the man left empty handed.
The man has been described as being of Aboriginal/Torres Strait Islander appearance, approximately 173cm tall, of a medium build, unshaven with dark hair.