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Girl breaks both wrists after being pushed down stairs
8:00am Thursday 28th June 2012 in News
A TEENAGE girl broke both her wrists after being pushed down a flight of stairs during a nasty assault at Dudley Bus Station.
The incident happened on Friday, June 8 at the Fisher Street station and CCTV footage has captured three people who police are trying to speak to in connection with the attack.
The assault took place around 5.30pm and involved a group of friends who were approached by two women, travelling with suitcases.
The women walked away, but one of them returned shortly after and pushed the 13 year-old down the steps.
Police are now trying to identify the two women and a man, who was carrying a flat screen TV and is thought to have been travelling with the women.
The woman who is believed to have pushed the girl is described as white, in her late teens and of a slim build. She has light brown hair and was wearing jeans.
Police are also appealing for any witnesses of the assault to come forward.
Anyone with information should call DC Simon Cooper at Harborne CID by calling 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.