"Eventually, the guy fell over and he hit him in the back of the head about five times.

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"When he came towards me, he seemed fairly stunned, like someone almost in shock at what he'd done. "It was an extremely dangerous thing to do … but it was certainly very brave," she said. Two men seriously injured in axe attack at Rosebud Plaza.

Police tape off the scene of the alleged attack.

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Overall, the attack lasted about five minutes, Sergeant Blackmore said. Sergeant Sarah Blackmore told reporters a man was quickly arrested by Rosebud police and taken into custody, and there was no ongoing threat to public safety.

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News State Victoria Victoria Police arrest man after serious assault in Rosebud Plaza shopping centre 3:45pm, Aug 29, 2020 Updated: 3:47pm, Aug 29 … She described the weapon as a tomahawk. Witnesses have described the terrifying scenes that unfolded outside Rosebud Plaza after the alleged attacker smashed car windows before turning on shoppers about 10.15am on Saturday.

Two people are in hospital and a man is in police custody after allegedly waging a random attack with a tomahawk at a shopping centre on Melbourne's Mornington Peninsula. Two men have been seriously injured after a man armed with a tomahawk went on a rampage at a shopping centre on the Mornington Peninsula. ", Police at the scene of the violent attack at Rosebud Plaza.Credit:Nine News. Police were called to the Rosebud Plaza shopping centre on McCombe Street about 10:15am after reports of a man armed with a weapon. He got no reply from Mr Cardwell who appeared via phone link from Frankston. Police will allege he attacked two men, a 47-year-old and a 63-year-old, with a tomahawk at the centre.

A number of cars in the shopping centre car park were left damaged.

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The homeless man is also charged with two counts of intentionally cause serious injury, affray, damage property valued $500, unlawful assault with a tomahawk and use controlled weapon without excuse.

Anyone with information is urged to call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or www.crimestoppersvic.com.au.

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All times AEDT (GMT +11). "He's just randomly attacked them with a tomahawk," she said. Another man, aged 63, was flown to The Alfred in a stable condition, also with an upper body injury.

Police said the man in his 40s arrived at the Rosebud Plaza about 10:15am and started threatening people.

A 47-year-old man was taken to The Alfred hospital in a serious condition after suffering upper body injuries. "We have no idea what was going on, or why he did what he did," Sergeant Blackmore said.