Four teenagers arrested over Bournemouth bus attacks

Four teenagers have been arrested over attacks on buses which led to the diversion of three routes in Bournemouth.

The boys, aged between 14 and 17 and from the West Howe area, were arrested on Wednesday and later released on bail.

Police also seized four catapults and a BB gun.

The Yellow Buses 5a, 5b and 2b serving West Howe, which had been diverted, have since returned to normal service.

The three routes serving Maclean Road, Cunningham Crescent, Poole Lane, Moore Avenue and Anstey Road had been diverted after 18:00 GMT since Tuesday.

The company said they had been attacked by missiles resulting in damage to the vehicles including shattered windows.

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