A female Savers shop worker has suffered a “serious head injury” at a Hull city centre store with two 15-year-old girls arrested over the alleged attack, Humberside Police said
A Savers shop worker is in hospital with a serious head injury after she is alleged to have been attacked by two 15-year-old girls, said police.
The two teens have been detained following the incident at a Hull city centre store where a female member of staff suffered a head injury that is not thought to be life threatening, reported HullLive.
A police riot van was brought to the scene of the attack in King Edward Street on Tuesday afternoon and officers made the arrests.
Savers remains closed on Wednesday with crime scene investigators on the scene.
Both teens are being held in custody over the attack and one has also been arrested on suspicion of theft.
A spokeswoman for Humberside Police said: “Officers were called to attend King Edward Street, Hull yesterday (Tuesday, October 12) following reports of a disturbance at approximately 3.40pm.
“It is reported that an altercation took place at a business premises and a member of staff is believed to have been assaulted.
“One woman was taken to hospital to receive treatment for serious head injury which is thankfully not thought to be life-threatening.
“Two 15-year-old girls have been arrested on suspicion of grievous bodily harm. One of the 15-year-old girls was also arrested on suspicion of theft.
“Both girls remain in our custody whilst we continue with lines of enquiry.”