Woman Seriously Assaulted On Boxing Day By 'Several Men'

The PSNI has issued an appeal as part of an ongoing investigation into an assault on Boxing Day, Wednesday 26 December, when a woman was seriously assaulted.

The victim was attacked on High Street, Holywood, at around midnight.

Officers said there were several people at the scene at the time to witness the violent act.
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In a social media post, PSNI Hollywood said: "During the incident a woman was seriously assaulted and it is believed she was attacked by several men.

"We believe that there were several people at the scene at the time to witness this assault that are yet to be identified. We would ask that anyone that was there get in touch with us via 101 quoting CC2018122700009.

"If you wish to provide information anonymously you can contact Crimestoppers on 0800555111 or send us a private message to either our Bangor or Ards FB page."


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