The Philadelphia Police Department’s Central Detectives Division is looking to identify the suspects who assaulted a 19 year-old female.
The police released this surveillance video of the suspects this week.
From the Philly Police: On March 21, 2014, at 6:00pm, the complainant her boyfriend were walking on the 1600 block of Norris Street. When they came to the intersection of 17th and Norris Streets, they were approached by a large group of unknown females. One of the female suspects then struck the complainant in the face with a brick causing extensive damage while the other females attempted to rob the complainant’s boyfriend.
CBS Local reported:
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Detectives with the Philadelphia Police Department have released surveillance video in hopes that the public can help identify the group of teenage girls that hit a 19-year-old woman in the face with a brick as she walked with her boyfriend.
Authorities say the woman was walking with her boyfriend on Norris Street around 6 p.m. on Friday when four girls believed to be between 16 and 17-years-old approached from behind. One of the girls hit the victim in the face with a brick at the intersection of 17th and Norris Streets, while the three other girls tried to rob the victim’s boyfriend.
After the attack, the suspects ran and were last seen boarding a SEPTA bus headed south on 17th Street. The victim was taken to Hahnemann Hospital where she was treated for dislocated teeth and other injuries to her face.