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Boy hurt after curry thrown from car in Penrith

Police are investigating an incident that occurred on Tuesday at around 3.30pm where a container of food was thrown from a car in Penrith, causing injury to a teenage boy.

The incident occurred in Ullswater Road.

A Cumbria Police spokesman said: “A food container of curry was thrown from the window, striking the boy.

“The vehicle is described as a small, black Suzuki. It is believed the Suzuki badge on the front grill had been blacked out but has a blue tinge.”

Anyone with information relating to this incident or who is able to identify the keeper of the vehicle should please contact PC 2080 Warman at Cumbria Police by telephoning 101 and quoting log number 219 of 13 June 2018 or alternatively contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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