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Hunt for trio who assaulted Maccas security guards

Help police find three men who attacked security guards.
Help police find three men who attacked security guards. contributed

TWO security guards at a Palm Beach McDonalds were attacked in the early hours on Sunday.

Police said about 2.50am a group entered the store and started to cause a disturbance.

Three assailants assaulted one of the security guards when he tried to approach them.

He suffered an injury to the head and was taken to Gold Coast Hospital for treatment.

The other guard sustained lacerations and a hand injury.

Police are continuing investigations and are on the hunt for the three men.

The first man was last seen wearing a black hooded jumper, beige shorts, dark shoes and a maroon cap.

The second man was last seen wearing a black hooded jumper with white stripes on the selves, black shorts with white stripes and dark shoes.

The third man was last seen wearing a white t-shirt, black shorts and brown shoes.

Anyone with information should contact Crime Stoppers anonymously on 1800 333 000 or crimestoppers.com.au 24 hours a day.

Topics:  assault, police, security guards



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