15-year-old girl sexually assaulted in Glasgow city centre

Northern Ireland's police force says it could not cope with protecting a hard Irish border under any Brexit deal. Picture: John Devlin
Northern Ireland's police force says it could not cope with protecting a hard Irish border under any Brexit deal. Picture: John Devlin
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Police are investigating the sexual assault of a teenage girl in Glasgow city centre.

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The 15-year-old was attacked near a path between Renfield Street and Cowcaddens Road at about 9.20pm on Thursday.

Officers said inquiries are at an early stage and a cordon has been erected around the path while the scene is investigated.

A police spokeswoman said: “Police enquiries are at an early stage following a report of a 15-year-old woman sexually assaulted near a pathway between Renfield Street and Cowcaddens Road around 9.20pm on November 30.

“Officers are currently carrying out enquires in the area to establish the exact circumstances of this incident.”

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