Australia Man bashed and left for dead during violent Melbourne break-in

01:56  13 november  2017
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A man has been beaten and left for dead during a violent home invasion in Melbourne's south east overnight.

A gang of three men allegedly broke into a home on Lawson Street in Hampton just before 11pm, kicking down the front door.

It’s understood the 65-year-old homeowner confronted the men when a fight broke out.

The gang bashed the man, leaving hi m with serious head injuries, and left him for dead, fleeing the home on foot.

It’s understood the men had planned to steal a luxury car from the home but were unsuccessful. It’s unclear if anything else was stolen from the home.

The homeowner was taken to hospital and treated for non-life-threatening injuries.

The three men, all described as tall and all wearing hooded jumpers, were last spotted running north along Smith Street.

Police have established a crime scene at the home and are hunting for the men.

Anyone with information is urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

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