A KIDDERMINSTER mum-of-three has warned people not to travel alone in the town after she was attacked after a night out.

The 37-year-old, who did not wish to be named, said she was the victim of assault on Vicar Street, near The Swan pub, in the early hours of Saturday (December 11).

The mum, who struggles with anxiety, claims two women targeted her when she was alone and about to get a taxi home.

She said her hair was pulled and she was repeatedly punched. She said she ended up with a bloody nose after being punched in the face.

She told The Shuttle: "This for me is the worst thing that could have happened. I've never been in a fight before.

"Always be cautious. Never be on your own in Kidderminster. I don't want this happening to somebody else.

"I want to move from here if I'm honest. I'm worried for my kids and their future."

A spokesperson from West Mercia Police said: "Around 1am on Saturday 11 December officers received a report of an assault on Vicar Street, Kidderminster near The Swan pub.

"Officers attended and minor injuries were reported."

A woman was arrested on suspicion of assault, but later released. Police have now said the investigation has now ended with no further action being taken.