appeal for witnesses after teens attacked in Burnham-On-Sea
Police have made a fresh appeal for witnesses following an assault
and robbery in the town last week.
incident happened last Wednesday evening (March 9th) at about
6.30pm in Burnham's Manor Gardens.
group of six teenagers - five males and a female - were approached
by two men, thought to be aged between 17-22 years. They threatened
the group and demanded property.
of the group was assaulted and suffered a minor hand injury which
required hospital treatent.
items were taken, including a wallet, passport, mobile phones
and a rucksack by the suspects, who left in the direction of the
spokesman Wayne Baker told Burnham-On-Sea.com: "One of the
men is described as a white or mixed heritage man, about 6ft 3ins
tall of medium build with blond hair with a black and white bandana
across his face and wearing a black Adidas branded hooded top
and black tracksuit bottoms."
second suspect is described as a white man, about 5ft 8ins tall,
of chubby build and wearing a hooded top, possibly in a camouflage
style with light blue panels of the sleeves, with black or grey
coloured tracksuit bottoms. Both men spoke with a West Midlands
are keen to hear from anyone who may have been in the area at
the time of the incident who may have information to help our
you able to help the investigation, call Burnham-On-Sea Police
on 101, quoting the reference number 5216051482.