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A 13-year-old boy has been assaulted by a group of teenagers at a busy Brisbane train station on Sunday.
The incident occurred about 1.30pm at the Indooroopilly Train Station, and involved a group of teenage boys.
The teen was assaulted at Indooroopilly Train Station.
His concerned stepmother posted on Facebook, warning other parents about the incident.
“Public service announcement – our Year 8 boy (my stepson) was assaulted by a gang of 7 youths on scooters (ages 12-15) this afternoon at Indooroopilly Train station,” she wrote in a private online forum.
“They tried to steal his phone and shoes.
“He was punched in the eye, and will have a horrific black eye.
“Tell your children to exercise extreme caution around the station. Very scary.”
Police are continuing their investigations, anyone with information is urged to contact them.
This article first appeared on www.couriermail.com.au
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