Appeal to trace girls linked to series of assaults in Birmingham

Do you recognise these two girls? Police want to speak with them after a number of assaults

Police are appealing for the public’s help to trace two girls over a series of unprovoked assaults in Birmingham city centre.

It’s understood they attacked a cleaner in McDonalds, Stephenson Place at around midnight on 15-16 December, plus a man who came to the woman’s aid.

A statement from West Midlands Police, read: “We believe they went on to attack two women in Smallbrook Queensway, pulling them to the floor by their hair, punching one in the face and stamping on another while she was on the ground.

“Three teenagers were involved in the assaults. We’ve already identified and arrested one suspect, aged 17, but we’re asking for your help to find these two.

“These were nasty, unprovoked assaults on people enjoying a night out and we need to trace them.”

If you think you recognise them get in touch with West Midlands Police.

You can speak to Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111 or message the force on Live Chat through its website. Or you can call 101.

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