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A group of teenage girls, reportedly aged between 12 and 15, have been accused of causing chaos and assaulting passengers on the Seaford train line in Adelaide. These incidents involved threats, attempted robberies, and physical assaults on commuters. The victims, including a 17-year-old girl and a 19-year-old woman, described being targeted by the group, with one victim even receiving minor injuries during the assault.

South Australia Police are actively investigating these assaults and are reviewing CCTV footage to identify the suspects. Descriptions provided by the victims include details such as long brown hair and specific clothing items worn by the alleged attackers. The community is urged to come forward with any information that may assist in the investigation.

Multiple victims have expressed fear and concern following their encounters with this group of girls, with one victim stating that she no longer feels safe using the train station alone. Authorities are working to determine if the reported incidents are connected, while emphasizing the seriousness of these assaults on public transport in Adelaide.


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Article Title: Group of teenage girls wreak havoc on train
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