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Nottingham McDonald’s: Teenage girls arrested after several involved in fight

Police investigating an attack inside a Nottingham McDonald’s restaurant are appealing for two victims and other witnesses to come forward.

Officers were called to the branch in Clumber Street, Nottingham, following reports of a fight involving several people.

The assaults

CCTV footage showed two young females attacking another girl in the upstairs seating area. Two members of the public were then assaulted after coming to the victim’s aid.

One of the members of the public was traced but officers have been unable to obtain statements from the original victim and the second member of the public who intervened during the incident, which happened at around 8 pm on 20 December.

Teenagers arrested

Two girls aged 14 and 15 were arrested following the incident and remain on conditional bail.

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Did you film the incident?

PC Abbie Osborne, of Nottinghamshire Police, said:

“We’ve carried out numerous inquiries to trace the initial victim and second member of the public but have been unsuccessful.

“We are therefore appealing for them to come forward to assist us with the investigation.

“No-one should be subjected to this kind of incident and we are doing everything we can to bring the offenders to justice.

“We are also keen to hear from anyone who filmed the incident or anyone who has been sent any footage of what took place as this could also assist our inquiries.”

Appeal for witnesses

Anyone who can assist the investigation is asked to call 101 quoting crime reference 23*780958.

If you would like to make an anonymous report you can contact independent charity Crimestoppers, by visiting their website or by calling 0800 555 111.

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