Stockport disabled man bus attack: Further teens arrested

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Three further arrests have been made after a 66-year-old disabled man was attacked on a bus in Stockport, Greater Manchester.

The victim was verbally abused and had cigarette packets thrown at him on 9 November. He was then knocked over at Daw Bank station and needed treatment.

Two 16-year-olds and a 15-year-old have been arrested on suspicion of causing grievous bodily harm with intent. A fourth, 15, was arrested on Thursday.

All four have been released on bail.

Det Insp Julia Bowden, said: "All have been interviewed and have cooperated with the police investigation. A file of evidence shall now be considered by the Crown Prosecution Service".

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