Nurse attacked and boys tries to ignite fuel at Asda filling station, Bridgwater
Written by Bridgwater Mercury on April 13, 2021
A NURSE in uniform was attacked at a service station after a teenage boy pour fuel from a pump and tried to ignite it.
The 40-year-old woman was punched a number of times in the face.
The woman, who works in a care home, also had her arm twisted by a teenage girl on the forecourt of the Asda filling station in Bridgwater.
An Avon and Somerset Police spokesperson said: “It happened after a man challenged a group of teenagers after one, a boy aged about 15-years-old, was seen to pour fuel from a pump and attempt to ignite it using a lighter.
“The incident, which took place shortly before 9pm on Friday, 2 April, was filmed and later posted on Snapchat.
“We’re keen to speak anyone who witnessed the incident who hasn’t yet spoken to police as well as anyone who saw or captured the Snapchat content or who has information about those involved.”
If you can help, call 101 and provide the call handler with the reference 5221070890.
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