The 14-year-old schoolgirl is accused of ‘brutal attack on a 23-year-old stranger at a train station’
Schoolgirl (14) accused of ‘brutal attack on 23-year-old woman at train station’ – while police hunt for three friends
- The 14-year-old school girl was charged with company theft after an attack on the train station
- She is said to have punched a woman, 23, in south Brisbane with three friends
- The girls are said to have beaten the woman at Runcorn train station on Thursday
- The police released images of the girls and called on witnesses to come forward
A schoolgirl has been charged after attacking a woman at a train station.
The 14-year-old and her three friends are said to have ambushed and brutally ambushed a 23-year-old woman in southern Brisbane on Thursday afternoon.
She was charged with theft in the company of the alleged attack on Runcorn train station at around 4:30 pm, The Courier post reported.
A 14-year-old school girl has been charged with company theft after allegedly attacking a 23-year-old woman at a train station in Brisbane along with three friends (photo)
The teenagers (photo) beat the woman at Runcorn train station on Thursday
The 23-year-old was on her way home from work when she reportedly tried to take a picture of the teens.
She was then punched several times in the face and suffered a cutting lip and bruises on the face.
The woman was also beaten to the ground where she was kicked and dragged through her hair.
Police said they identified the other members of the teenage gang, but did not file formal charges.
They released camera footage of the schoolgirls hoping to speak to anyone who witnessed the attack.
Police also encouraged commuters who had seen the group to come up with information.
Agents from Morningside’s child protection department are continuing the investigation.
The police published camera footage of the alleged attack (photo) and called on witnesses to provide all information