WATCH: Women Brawl On East London Bus

9 June 2016, 09:54

WATCH: Women Brawl On East London Bus

This is the moment three women dragged another woman from an East London bus before savagely assaulting her on the street.

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This is the moment three women dragged another woman from an East London bus before savagely assaulting her on the street.

The incident took place on the 103 bus outside the Parkside Hotel on North Street in Romford at just after 11:30 on the 19th April.

Three women, who got on the bus at Sports Direct on Western Road, engaged in an argument with other women on the bus.

When asked to leave by the bus driver they launched a savage assault. One women punched a 20-year old woman, before the group dragged a a 19-year old woman from the bus and kneed her in the head.

The first suspect is described as a woman in her mid 20s with dark brown curly hair, a black coat with a fur lined hood, black rucksack and dark leggings.

The second is described as a woman in her early 20s with shoulder length dark hair, dark coat with a fur lined hood over a red shirt, blue jeans and black shoes.

The third is described as a woman in her mid 20s with shoulder length blonde hair, camouflage top and bottoms, black body warmer and white trainers. She is described as having very white teeth and called ‘Toni’ by one of the other suspects.

Police are keen to hear from anyone who may recognise or may have witnessed the three women shown on CCTV.

Anyone with any information is asked to contact police on 101 or 01708 779173 quoting reference number 5406579/16 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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