A 15-year-old Manchester girl was assaulted by four young men as she walked home from school Tuesday, according to police.
Northeastern Regional police said the four called the girl derogatory names as she walked in the 100 block of Maple Street, then grabbed her by the arms, pulled her shirt down and touched her breasts.
The attackers fled down South Main Street after the girl fought back, police said.
The victim described her four attackers as in their late teens to early 20s, and said all four were white, police said.
One was said to be about 5' 10" tall with brown eyes, brown hair and brown goatee, and wearing a yellow T-shirt, tan pants, blue gray and black sneakers, according to police.
A second was described as 5' 7" tall with brown eyes, brown hair and brown goatee, and wearing a Metallica T-shirt, khaki pants and green sneakers.
The third man was about 6' 0" tall with brown hair and a patch of hair on his chin. He was wearing an orange and a white button-down shirt, blue jeans and black shoes.
The fourth was 6' 0" tall with greenish blue eyes, brown hair and a mustache. He was wearing a Disturbed T-shirt, blue jeans, and blue and gray sneakers.
Anyone with information is asked to call the Northeastern Regional Police Department at 717-266-6195 or by calling 911.