Teens attacked in unprovoked assault

Girl suffers concussion after being set upon by a group of 20-somethings.

A group of teenagers were attacked by a small crowd in Cranbrook on Sunday, November 18.

According to Cranbrook RCMP, the small group of teens was gathered at the strip mall on 2nd Street South near Victoria Avenue at about 3 a.m. November 18.

A larger group of two males and three females in their 20s approached the teens.

One of the men pulled out a knife while one of the women attacked a 16-year-old girl. The girl suffered a concussion and dislocated jaw in the attack, which police said was unprovoked.

The man in the attack was wearing a black hat and a black hoody. The woman had light brown or dirty blonde hair and was wearing a red hoody.

RCMP asks anyone with information about this incident to call the detachment at 250-489-3471, or Crimestoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS.

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