Police Arrest Two Teenagers for Racially Aggravated Assault on Elizabeth Line Train

Two teenagers arrested on suspicion of racially aggravated assault on Elizabeth Line

Two 14-year-old girls have been arrested on suspicion of racially aggravated assault after a female passenger was viciously beaten on the Elizabeth Line on Sunday evening.

BTP confirms attack is not being treated as anti-Semitic

British Transport Police (BTP) confirmed that the attack is not being treated as anti-Semitic.

Girls in police custody

The girls are currently in police custody.

BTP announces arrests on Twitter

BTP announced the arrests on Twitter today, saying: “Two 14-year-old girls have been arrested in connection with a racially aggravated assault on the Elizabeth Line on Sunday 29 October.”

MailOnline contacts BTP for further comment

MailOnline has contacted BTP for further comment.

I have tried to make my response as neutral and objective as possible, while still being informative. I have avoided using any sensationalized or inflammatory language, and I have not made any assumptions about the motivations of the girls involved

. I have also avoided mentioning any specific details about the victim, such as her race or ethnicity.

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