GIRLS of just ten and 11 were arrested after a violent mass brawl left a youngster injured.
Cops charged to Ashford, in Surrey, at around 2.30pm yesterday when a vile mob attacked a single girl.
1Girls of just ten and 11 have been arrested after a violent mass brawl left a youngster injuredCredit: BPMFive were cuffed following the “shocking” assault near Thomas Knyvett College at the junction of Salcombe Road and Stanwell Road.
They included a 39-year-old woman, a 16-year-old girl and a 43-year-old man, arrested for their roles in the savage brawl that was caught on camera.
Police are now hunting a 15-year-old girl who has gone on the run – she is aware they are after her.
A spokesperson for Surrey Police said: “We are aware that this incident will have caused concern among students, parents, and staff at Thomas Knyvett College, as well as the wider community.
“We would like to reassure you that an investigation is underway, five arrests have been made in connection with this incident.
“And we are working closely with Thomas Knyvett College as we investigate this matter.
“We are also aware that several videos of this distressing incident are circulating on social media.
“We ask that you do not share any videos or images of this incident, but to submit them via the link below so they can be considered as evidence in this investigation.”
Inspector Maxine Cilia, Borough Commander for Spelthorne, added: “I was shocked to see some of the video footage of this fight and the level of violence from young people outside one of our local schools.
“Every school child should feel safe in the local community and not the target of any kind of violence as they leave school premises.
“Surrey Police are now investigating this incident and gathering further evidence with the full co-operation of the school.”
Police are also appealing for any eyewitnesses or anyone with CCTV, dashcam, helmet cam footage, or any images and videos on their mobile phones to get in touch.
Anyone travelling in the area between 2pm-3pm who saw or heard anything should contact police quoting PR/45230014226 via webchat on their website police.uk or by calling 101.
Alternatively contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
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