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US NewsPolice hunt elderly woman over bizarre 'assault' on bus

19:05  18 september  2019
19:05  18 september  2019 Source:   news.sky.com

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Police hunt elderly woman over bizarre 'assault' on bus © Historic England Archive Compass Gardens, Tower Esplanade, Skegness, Lincolnshire, 2017. General view looking towards the gardens from the west, with an open-topped sight-seer's bus passing in the foreground. Artist Alun Bull. (Photo by English Heritage/Heritage Images/Getty Images)

Police are investigating a bizarre incident which left two men with puncture wounds after they shook hands with an elderly woman.

The men discovered the small wounds to their hands following the incident on a bus heading to Skegness from Lincoln.

They went to hospital to have their wounds checked but their injuries were not serious.

Man, 24, and woman, 21, are questioned over murder of baby five months after the eight-week-old girl suffered multiple broken bones and died in south-east London

Man, 24, and woman, 21, are questioned over murder of baby five months after the eight-week-old girl suffered multiple broken bones and died in south-east London Police were called to a house in the Surrey Quays area in April and found the badly-injured baby girl, who died at the scene. A man, aged 24, and a woman, aged 21, were arrested and questioned on suspicion of causing grievous bodily harm a week later. However, following further examination by pathologists, the case has now been upgraded to murder and the pair were rearrested and questioned again. © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited A baby girl died in the Surrey Quays area of London in April. Police have today announced they are treating her death as murder.

Police hunt elderly woman over bizarre 'assault' on bus © Other Police are looking for four potential witnesses. Pic: Lincolnshire Police

The elderly woman left the bus at Horncastle after she was seen shaking hands with the men.

Lincolnshire Police are appealing to find four people who may have witnessed the incident and have released photographs.

The force said they are not being treated as suspects.

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