27/05/2016

Police Appeal After Girl Targeted By Gang In Co L'Derry

Police are appealing for information after a teenage girl was left very badly shaken after being targeted by a gang in Co L'Derry.

Three or four men approached the girl as she sat at the front of her house. They set fire to an aerosol can which scorched her hair.
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The incident happened in the Glenabbey Drive area on 14 April, however the details have just been released by the police.

The PSNI are appealing for anyone with information to contact them.

(CD)

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