Two suspects will stand trial accused of assault and robbery of an 81-year-old woman at a church.

Nicola Capolla, 39, and Richard Reston, 45, allegedly attacked Mary McIlhinney at Church for Christian Bretheren in Glasgow's Anniesland on January 12, 2020.

Court papers state the pair seized hold of her bag and dragged her down a flight of stairs to her injury.

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The charge goes on to say that they robbed Miss McIlhinney of her bag and its contents.

Capolla and Reston also face a further two charges.

It is said that on the same day they stole £30 from a Bank of Scotland in Anniesland.

They are also claimed to have assaulted a Laura Kennedy at the same bank three days earlier.

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The charge claims she was pushed on the body and robbed of £40 and her bank card.

Capolla and Reston pleaded not guilty today to the three charges at Glasgow Sheriff Court.

A trial was fixed for October by Sheriff Gerard Considine.