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VIDEO: Suspects in brick attack on Temple student caught on camera

The 19-year-old victim was struck in the face with a brick by one of her assailants at 17th and Norris streets about 6 p.m. Friday.

Philadelphia police are seeking the public's help identifying four girls involved in an off-campus attack on a 19-year-old Temple University student last week.

The victim was struck in the face with a brick by one of her assailants about 6 p.m. Friday. Several of the victim's teeth were knocked out, and she sustained other facial injuries in the attack at 17th and Norris streets.

Police on Monday night posted surveillance video of the four suspects to YouTube.

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The suspects were last seen boarding a SEPTA bus traveling south on 17th Street.

Police described all four suspects as black females between 16 and 17 years old. Two were wearing their hair straight, one had her hair in a bun, and the other had her hair braided and was wearing a red T-shirt. One of the girls with straight hair was wearing a denim jacket, and the other had on all white clothing.

Police urge anyone with information about the suspects to call Central Detectives at215-686-3093 or215-686-3047.

 
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