Dunedin police want to hear from witnesses to a serious attack that left three young women in hospital earlier this year.
The attack took place at 10.35pm on July 31 near the intersection of Cumberland and Dundas Streets in North Dunedin.
A group of university students was walking along Cumberland Street when they were attacked by a group of six young criminals, police said.
One student was seriously injured while two others were taken to hospital with minor injuries.
A spokesman said: “Police are aware of several people walking and driving during the incident.
“Police are particularly interested in talking to a group of men who were driving a Blackford Ranger and came forward to help the victims because we believe they have information that could help with the investigation. Are. “
Any information that can help the police is asked to contact the officers at 105 and refer to file number 210801/8794.