Tony Blair's daughter held up at gunpoint by muggers
LONDON (REUTERS) - The daughter of former British Prime Minister Tony Blair was held up at gunpoint during an attempted robbery as she was out walking in London, local media said on Thursday.
Ms Kathryn Blair, 25, a barrister, was targeted as she walked down a central London street with her boyfriend and a group of friends, the BBC reported.
Police confirmed an incident involving two male suspects with a gun took place in central London on Monday evening.
"The victims were a man and a woman; the suspects were two males," they said in a statement, adding the incident was being linked with another attempted robbery nearby 30 minutes earlier.