Women wanted for questioning after assault reported at Hillsboro Village restaurant

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) — Metro police have released surveillance photos showing multiple women they want to question after an alleged assault at a restaurant in Hillsboro Village last month.

Officers responded around midnight on March 22 to a report of an assault at Cabana Taps on Belcourt Avenue, not far from 21st Avenue South.

Police said the victim explained she accidentally bumped into a woman, who was knocked to the ground. The victim reported there was an argument, involving her, the woman and the woman’s friends that eventually turned physical.

The victim, who appeared to be intoxicated, suffered a cut to her lip, according to investigators.

No one has been charged, police said.

The Midtown Hills police precinct posted photos to its Facebook page Tuesday morning and said “we need public assistance in identifying individuals present.” The post has since been removed.

Anyone with information can contact Nashville Crime Stoppers at 615-74-CRIME.

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