Bonn police investigating

Eleven-year-old injured in attack in Tannenbusch

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Bonn. An eleven-year-old boy was attacked and injured by three young people in Tannenbusch. The police are looking for two witnesses who helped the boy and are asking for further tips from the public.

Last Thursday afternoon, an eleven-year-old was injured in an attack in Bonn-Tannenbusch. Three youths, whose identity has not yet been determined, are being sought by police. According to police reports on Wednesday morning, the boy was walking on Schlesienstraße at around 12:50 p.m. when he encountered three young people, one of whom blocked his path.

When the eleven-year-old asked him to step aside, the perpetrator is said to have pulled his hair and forced him down to the ground. Two of the boy's teeth were partially broken in the assault. The three youths then fled with a blue, a grey and a black bicycle in the direction of Buschdorf. One of the suspects is said to be about 1.70 meters tall and between 18 and 20 years old. He had a mustache, was wearing jeans, a white T-shirt and had a Gucci shoulder bag.

There are no descriptions of the other two alleged attackers. Criminal investigators are looking for two other boys who helped the injured youth following the attack, bringing him to his relatives. Apparently, they had been on bus line 631 before the incident. Police are also looking for any other witnesses who may have more information about the suspects or what took place. Anyone with information is asked to please call the police at: 0228 1 50

Orig. text: general-anzeiger-bonn.de

Translation: ck