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The Milford Police Department’s Patrol Division is asking for the public’s assistance with obtaining information following an investigation into an assault and criminal mischief. According to police On Tuesday, June 23 shortly after midnight, approximately five females threw a glass bottle at a vehicle travelling east bound in the 500 block of Southeast 2nd Street. After a window on the vehicle shattered, the victim pulled over and was approached by the suspects. Police state one of the suspects began to pull the hair of the driver, in what appears to be an attempt in pulling the victim out of the window of the vehicle. An approaching vehicle scared the suspects and they fled northbound on foot. The victim proceeded to go to Bayhealth in Milford to be treated for minor injuries. Police are asking for anyone with information about this matter to call Milford Police at 302-422-8081 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-TIP-3333. Tips can also be submitted via the internet at www.tipsubmit.com.

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