Image of second Eastbourne kebab shop assault suspect released

The latest CCTv image released by police who say they want to speak to this woman in connection with an incident in an Eastbourne kebab shop in November SUS-180131-120309001
The latest CCTv image released by police who say they want to speak to this woman in connection with an incident in an Eastbourne kebab shop in November SUS-180131-120309001

Police have released an image of a second woman they want to speak to in connection with an assault at a fast food shop in Eastbourne.

Officers investigating an incident in which a woman attacked another woman, biting her face, released closed circuit television footage of someone they would like to talk to about what happened.

Police have already issued this CCTV image of the first woman they want to speak to in connection with an incident in an Eastbourne kebab shop SUS-180131-120340001

Police have already issued this CCTV image of the first woman they want to speak to in connection with an incident in an Eastbourne kebab shop SUS-180131-120340001

Polie say the 23-year-old victim, from Bexhill, was inside the shop buying food when she was grabbed by her assailant, had her hair pulled and was then bitten on her right cheek.

She also suffered bruising to her arms.

The incident occurred at The Best Kebab in Langney Road, Eastbourne, between 3am and 3.30am on Sunday November 5 2017.

Police say that it since emerged the victim’s sister, aged 22 and from Bexhill, was also assaulted around the same time by a second woman, who is believed to have been with the first suspect.

She suffered facial bruising and had her glasses broken.

An image of the second suspect has now been released.

Police are keen to speak to anyone who saw the incident or who may have other information about it. In particular they want to speak to the women seen here.

Anyone able to assist is asked to contact police online or call 101 quoting serial 907 of 05/11.

Alternatively, you can visit the Crimestoppers website or contact the independent charity anonymously on 0800 555 111.