Two teens arrested after "anti-Semitic" assault in Bury

Police have arrested two teenage boys in connection with a suspected anti-Semitic attack in Bury.

Moshe Fuerst was one of four Orthodox Jewish boys who was assaulted and verbally abused by a gang of three youths on Saturday evening, at Bowker Vale Metrolink Station. He was left with brain injuries.

Moshe Fuerst suffered a fractured skull in the attack. Credit: MEN Syndication

Two 17-year-old boys have been arrested at addresses in Whitefield and Derbyshire on suspicion of causing grievous bodily harm and violent disorder.

Police are treating the assault as an anti-Semitic hate crime and are still appealing for potential witnesses to come forward to assist their enquiries.