Two women in their 20s attacked ‘over cigarettes’ in West London left with broken leg and needing stitches

Detectives are appealing to identify three people they wish to speak to following an alleged racially aggravated grievous bodily harm that happened in Brent.

Two women in their 20s were travelling home from a night out when they were said they were approached in the street by two females and a male in Montrose Crescent, Wembley.

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One of the females from the group of three asked the victims for a cigarette, police say.

When the victims declined the request and said they didn’t have any cigarettes an altercation allegedly took place during which one of the victims sustained a leg fracture, which required surgery.

The second victim suffered a head injury that required stitches.

The suspects left the scene on foot.

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