TWO teenage girls are reported to have been assaulted by two members of a group of women thought to have been ejected from a pub on Friday night.

An appeal has been made following the alleged assault of two 15-year-old girls near a bus stop in Stockton town centre on Friday, May 13.

One of the girls is reported to have had her hair grabbed by one woman, while the other said she was pushed to the ground, hitting her head on the pavement.

It happened about 11pm as they were at a bus stop, described as near Splash and opposite a church.

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Cleveland Police said one of the girls spoke briefly to a woman in a group of around seven others, who were described as in their 30s and as having appeared to have been ejected from a nearby pub.  

The woman - described as 5 feet tall, with long blonde hair gelled back, in a white top with puffy sleeves and carrying her heels - is reported to have grabbed the girl by her hair and dragged her.

The other girl went to her friend’s aid but another of the women grabbed and pushed her to the ground, hitting her head against the pavement.

There is only a description of one other woman. She had shoulder length dark hair and was wearing a green blazer style jacket.

One of the girls attended hospital to be checked over for bumps to her head.

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Inquiries to trace the women are underway and Cleveland Police is appealing for anyone who witnessed the incident or who has dash cam or CCTV which could assist call officers on the 101 number. Please quote ref SE22081506.


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