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Young girl shaken after "altercation" with teen trio

Young girl shaken after

Monday 20 May 2019

Young girl shaken after "altercation" with teen trio

A young girl was left shaken, and with a bruised knee, after a “physical altercation” with three teenage boys, Police have said.

The scuffle reportedly took place on Don Road near the junction with James Road and Belvedere Hill between 15:00 and 15:30 on 16 May.

“It is believed that three young males walked from the area of the Merton Hotel, onto Don Road, where they became involved in the altercation with a young female which resulted in her ending up on the floor. 

“The three males ran off towards town,” a statement read.

Pictured: Police said the "physical altercation" took place on Don Road.

The young girl subsequently suffered a bruised knee and was left “shaken up by the incident”, but did not need to go to hospital.

Police are now seeking more information about what happened and are urging members of the public who driving or around the area at the time of the incident to get in touch. 

They described the three teenagers as follows: 

  1. “16-year-old male, short bushy curly hair, black blazer, white shirt, black trousers and black shoes. He was also wearing a black cap with a white peak with the word “Gucci” in blue on the front. He was in possession of a black (micro) scooter with blue wheels and blue handlebar grips.
  2. 16 year old male, short dark brown hair brushed over, same clothing as male 1 but wearing a red tie possibly with an emblem on it. He also had a black bag with ‘Fortnite’ written on it.
  3. 16-year-old male, blonde dirty hair in a similar style to male 2. Wearing a blazer with a Le Rocquier School badge and carrying a camouflage rucksack.”

Anyone who knows more is asked to call 612612 or make an anonymous report via the Crimestoppers website.

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