Stockport disabled man bus attack - Boy, 15, arrested

A 15-year-old boy has been arrested over an attack on a disabled pensioner by a gang of youths on a bus in Stockport, Greater Manchester.

The victim, 66, was verbally abused and had cigarette packets thrown at him on 9 November. He was then knocked to the ground at Daw Bank station.

He needed hospital treatment for bruising to his head, face and body.

The teenager was arrested on suspicion of causing grievous bodily harm with intent. He has since been bailed.

He has been bailed until 23 January pending further inquiries, police said.

Greater Manchester Police believe they have identified three other youths suspected of being involved in the incident.

Detectives released CCTV images from the incident on Thursday.

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