Norwich: Teen Left With Broken Shoulder After Group Attack

9 July 2012, 15:43 | Updated: 9 July 2012, 15:54

A teenaged boy's got a broken shoulder after he and his friend were attacked by a group of men and women on Sunday.

It happened between 2:20am and 2:40am on Sunday 8 July 2012, two 19 year old men were walking along Chalkhill Road when a group of 4-6 men and two women came out of the park area and started following them. They headed down Rosary Road and into St Leonards Road before the group then approached them with one asking the victims for a lighter.

The group then assaulted the men, leaving them both with cuts and bruises to their faces and one was later discovered to have received a broken shoulder.

After the assault, one of the victims also found that an iPhone and passport had been stolen from him. 

The group were described as casually dressed and possibly wearing dark tracksuit bottom style trousers, with one of the women described as white, with blonde hair and of large build. 

DC John Waterman, Norwich CID, would like to hear from anyone who witnessed the incident or has information concerning it.  DC Waterman can be contacted on 101 or alternatively call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.