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Schoolboy dressed in Hulk outfit physically and verbally attacked by woman

A boy dressed in an outfit of Marvel character The Hulk was verbally and physically assaulted outside Cranleigh Medical Practice in Surrey on Thursday. Police have now arrested a suspect

A 56-year-old woman has been arrested for causing actual bodily to an adorable young boy seen wearing a a superhero costume outside a doctor’s surgery in Surrey

An adorable young lad dressed in superhero costume was verbally and physically assaulted by a middle-aged woman outside a doctor’s surgery, police say.

A woman was spotted assaulting the boy outside Cranleigh Medical Practice, Surrey, at around 4pm on Thursday, September 2.

Detectives revealed today a woman, 56, has been arrested for assault occasioning actual bodily harm.

Investigators also want to speak to a second woman in connection with the attack.

She is described as white and being dressed in a light yellow short-sleeve, ruffled top, and dark trousers.

A spokesman for Surrey Police said: “Inquiries are ongoing and we are still looking for witnesses to this incident to help us identify the other parties involved.



Police previously released a picture of this woman they wanted to speak to in relation to the assault
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“The boy is described as white, aged between five and seven, with cropped, dark brown hair.

“He was wearing a two-piece or onesie with Marvel character The Hulk on the front and long blue sleeves.

“He was also wearing Timberland-style boots.



The incident happened outside Cranleigh Medical Practice in Cranleigh, Surrey on Thursday




“The second woman in the group is described as white, wearing black trousers and a yellow short-sleeved top with ruffles over the shoulders.

“If you saw or heard anything that might assist our investigation, please contact us on 101.”









Those with information should contact the Surrey Police through the 101 number quoting PR/45210093597.

For people wishing to remain anonymous, they can call Crimstoppers on 0800 555 111.


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