Three girls racially abused by group of youths in Geelong

POLICE are searching for a group of youths who bashed and racially abused three girls - one as young as 11 - in a Geelong park.

The offenders punched and threw rocks at the girls - aged 11, 12 and 15 - at the Sparks Road reserve in Norlane about 5:30pm last Wednesday.

They forcibly removed the victims' headdresses and broke their mobile phones as the girls tried to call police.

Police said the offenders were both boys and girls and aged from seven to 16.

The group threw rocks at the girls before they left the area, police said.

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