A girl was taken to hospital after a brawl involving a number of teens at Narrabeen.

Shortly before 10.00pm last night (Thursday, 06 June), multiple Triple Zero (000) calls were made from members of the public who witnessed a fight occurring amongst a group of teens at Pittwater Road, Narrabeen.

Crime scene established following alleged assault at Narrabeen bus stop

A group of five youths were gathered at the ‘Tramshed’ bus stop for the northbound B-Line bus. Reports indicated a disagreement between the group of youths had led to an altercation, and a number of them were fighting.

In torrential rain, officers attached to Northern Beaches Police Area Command responded to the bus stop, along with two crews of NSW Ambulance paramedics from Narrabeen Station, which is only metres down the road.

In the heavy downpour, police established a crime scene, containing the youths to the bus shelter where they were spoken with, while paramedics assessed two girls for injuries.

NSW Police detective arrive at crime scene at Pittwater Road, Narrabeen

In addition to four NSW Police units, detectives were seen to arrive and conduct inquiries at the scene. It is understood some of the youths in the group are known to police.

One of the injured girls, a 15-year-old, was assessed by paramedics for a neck injury, and was taken by ambulance to Northern Beaches Hospital for further treatment shortly after 11.00pm.

The other girl, a 12-year-old, declined to be taken to hospital and was released into the care of her parents, who were called to the scene by police.

Attempted e-bike theft from bike rack at Pittwater Road, Narrabeen

There was evidence that an unsuccessful attempt had been made to remove an e-bike (image above) that had been locked up at a bike rack nearby, but there was no connection made to the youths who were released following police inquiries.

A NSW Police spokesperson confirmed the matter remains under investigation.

Images: Northern Beaches Advocate, Luke Gavahan

Crime Stoppers 1800 333 000

NSW Police are seeking public assistance in relation to this matter. If you have any information that may assist them with their inquiries, please contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

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