World Bulletin / News Desk
The British police are appealing for information after three women in their thirties from the United Arab Emirates were attacked at the Cumberland Hotel in central London.
The police are treating the attack as attempted murder and believe a man entered a room on the seventh floor of the hotel where the three women and three children were sleeping in adjoining rooms.
It is then thought that the suspect was disturbed when one or more of the occupants woke up and the three women were then assaulted with a hammer later recovered at the scene.
The women all sustained varying degrees head and facial injuries with one of the victims in a critical but stable condition at a central London hospital.
Detective Chief Inspector Andy Chalmers said: "This was an unusually violent attack on three women and I am very keen to speak with anyone who was in or around the hotel between 1am and 2am on Sunday morning.Last Mod: 07 Nisan 2014, 17:36