Two 15-year-old girls assaulted after group of seven were ‘ejected’ from Stockton pub

Two 15-year-old girls were assaulted in Stockton by a group of people in their 30s.

The two teenagers were at a bus stop near Splash and in front of a church when the attack happened on Friday May 13 around 11pm. One of the girls spoke to a group of around seven other people, all in their 30s, and appeared to have been “ejected” from a nearby pub.

Cleveland police confirmed one of the girls had to be taken to hospital after the ordeal in Stockton gave her ‘bumps to her head’.

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The older woman allegedly grabbed the girl by the hair and dragged her. She is described as five feet tall, with long gelled blonde hair back, in a white puff sleeve top and wearing her heels.

When the other teenager went to help her friend, another of the women in the group grabbed her and pushed her to the ground, where she hit her head against the pavement.

The only other description is of another woman, who had shoulder-length black hair and wore a green blazer-style jacket.

Investigations to locate the women are ongoing and Cleveland Police are appealing to anyone who witnessed the incident or has a dash cam or CCTV who may be able to help contact the force at the number 101, citing reference SE22081506.


Maria R. Newman