Stone-cold attack by group of violent teens

Stone-cold attack by group of violent teens

Police are on the lookout for a gang of teen hoodlums after an attack early yesterday morning in the capital’s Chamkarmon district.

Eyewitnesses told authorities that a pair of men in their 20s were sitting in a park when approached by eight teens who began pelting them with stones.

The two men, who attempted to flee via motorbike, ended up in hospital with injuries to their heads and hands, while the hooligan octet fled. Locals are asking police to tighten up security in the area. KOH SANTEPHEAP


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