Two Sheffield schoolgirls were injured during a brawl in a city park as they celebrated finishing their GCSEs.
South Yorkshire Police said an altercation involving around 10 girls, believed to be Ecclesfield School students, broke out in Westwood Country Park, High Green, at around 8.30pm on Friday, June 22.
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Two girls, both aged 15, suffered cuts, scratches, bruises and swelling to the head and face as a result of the incident.
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PC Chris Shepherd said: "Since this was reported to us, we have worked closely with the school to identify a number of girls thought to have been involved.
"I am, however, still looking to identify a number of girls involved and also speak to people who were in the area at that time and who saw what happened.
"I’d also ask any parents who think their child may have been involved or know something about the incident to contact either police or the school.W
Call South Yorkshire Police on 101 and quote incident number 1,012 of June 22.