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Aylesbury Teenager in Racial Attack

Aylesbury Teenager in Racial Attack

8:10am 15th June 2011

Three men have been arrested after a teenager was assaulted in Aylesbury.

It happened in the early hours of Friday morning.

An 18 year-old man was attacked along the town's Friarage Passage - near the bus station crossroads.

Police say the victim was struck several times in the face and subjected to racial abuse.

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