Police are looking for a number of people after a woman was pushed from her mobility scooter and suffered multiple injuries in Singleton over the weekend.
It’s believed the 77-year-old was riding the scooter along Primrose Lane just after 8am on Saturday morning, when she was passed by a group of boys.
One of them allegedly pushed her onto the road.
She sustained a fractured cheekbone, a broken wrist and two broken wrists and was taken to the John Hunter Hospital for treatment.
However, the woman has now been released into the care of her family.
Police are now investigating the incident.
Anyone with information should contact Singleton Police or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.