Police appeal after teen assaulted at Dorchester train station

A TEEN was attacked at South Dorchester train station.

The incident happened at between 7pm and 10pm on Monday, February 12 and police are appealing for witnesses to come forward.

It is understood the incident involved two people known to each other.

Two members of the public intervened and gave the victim a lift home in a red car but he did not get their details.

PC Jacob Conachie, of Dorset Police, said: “Fortunately the young victim did not suffer any serious injuries as a result of this incident, but it did leave him understandably distressed and it has taken some time to obtain full details from him.

“Following further enquiries, I am now looking to identify the two people who came to the assistance of this teenage boy on the evening of February 12 at Dorchester South station and kindly gave him a lift home.

“I would urge these people to please make contact with us so we can take their account of what they saw.”

Anyone with information should contact Dorset Police via, or by calling 101, quoting incident number 55240026697.

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