Police search for man who stamped on and killed seagull in St Helier

Officers from the States of Jersey Police are looking for a man who stamped on a seagull in St Helier.

The police said the bird had died from its injuries.

The incident happened outside Burger Palace in Mulcaster Street at about 00:45 BST.

A spokesperson from the police force appealed for information from witnesses and urged "the female who was seen with the male at the time of the incident to come forward".

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