Hunt for blonde thugs who smashed woman over head with wine bottle in queue row

Police are hunting for two blonde female thugs who smashed another woman over the head with a wine bottle.

One of the pair is said to have launched the savage attack after the woman admonished them for cutting in front of a queue outside Three Bridges railway station in West Sussex.

Police say that the victim suffered a "deep wound" above her eye and was rushed to hospital after the assault on October 9.

British Transport Police (BTP) are now trying to trace the two alleged perpetrators, who were dressed in smart dark clothing at the time.

A BTP spokesman has said: "Officers are investigating an assault against a woman at Three Bridges railway station.

"At around 9.30pm on Saturday October 9, a woman was waiting for a bus replacement service at the station when a group of young people pushed in front of her in the queue.

"The woman challenged the group, which then began to push others around in the queue and two members of the group were shouting verbal abuse.

"One young woman from the group then hit her over the head with a glass bottle and fled the scene.

"The victim attended hospital for treatment to a deep wound above her eye."

He added: "Officers believe the people in the images may have information which could help their investigation."

Anyone with any information should call BTP on 0800 40 50 40 or, to remain anonymous, call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

Earlier this year BTP tried to hunt another offender after an incident at Peterborough railway station.

An investigation was launched after a man was seen pooing on a train station bridge, just metres away from public toilets.

Writing about the investigation on Twitter, BTP Cambridgeshire and Peterborough said: "We are investigating an incident at Peterborough railway station where a male was seen to have a poo on the ramp bridge less than 10 meters away from the toilets.

"Not only is this not nice for those who had no choice but to see it but also for the cleaners having to clean it up."

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