Bath: Dutch Students Attacked

21 May 2014, 12:21

Police in Bath investigating an attack on two Dutch students, where both were punched, say they want to speak to a young man (pictured).

The appeal relates to an incident on Friday, April 11th around 7.15pm inside McDonald's in Southgate Street, when a group of six Dutch foreign exchange students began to be taunted by local youths. 

One of the visiting group, a 13-year-old, was confronted and punched in the face. 

Staff at the fast food outlet threw out the offender, but police say the attacker was waiting outside and then threw two punches into a different boy, aged 14. 

Officers say the students were not badly hurt and went home the next day. 

Anyone who recognises the boy in the CCTV image is asked to call Bath police on 101 quoting crime reference number 36323/14.

 

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