Uk news Teenager assaulted and robbed in East Kilbride by group of vicious thugs MetiNews.Com
MetiNews.Com - The 16-year-old was attacked by five yobs who left him with facial injuries.
Breaking News ! A teenager has been assaulted and robbed in East Kilbride by a group of thugs. The 16-year-old was attacked by five yobs just after 10pm on Friday in the Penfold Crescent area. He was left with facial injuries after they lunged at him ripped his rucksack off. Read More Related Articles Driver in stitches after Scots pals meet for 'cup of tea' on council border Read More Related Articles Get the latest Scottish news sent straight to your inbox with our newsletters This contained personal belongings which have not yet been traced. Police have now launched an investigation into the incident which happened as the victim walked towards Quebec Drive. The group of vicious thugs are described as being made up of four males and one female, all aged in their mid to late teens. They were wearing dark coloured clothing and one of the male suspects was wearing a red hooded tracksuit and black coloured jacket. The victim sustained facial injuries but did not require hospital treatment.
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"The teenager was thankfully not seriously injured but the group who attacked him used a level of violence that is wholly unacceptable. We would ask anyone who may have come across the rucksack discarded since, or who knows who may be responsible for this robbery, to come forward. "Anyone who may not have seen the incident, but who recognises the description of the suspects, or who saw this group in the area immediately prior to, or after the attack, are also urged to speak to officers.
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Equally anyone with private CCTV or doorbell recordings should check their devices for any footage and provide this to police as soon as possible." Those with information should contact Police Scotland on 101 and quote incident number 4015 of 20 November. Alternatively an anonymous report can be made to Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
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