A woman recently was assaulted in downtown Doylestown but the alleged assailant wasn't a man.
Instead, the perpetrators were three other women.
The victim told police she was standing outside M.O.M.'s at Court and Main streets at about 1:11 a.m. when it happened.
Doylestown Borough Police said Wednesday that the attack occurred on Sunday, Sept. 23.
The victim said that another woman walked up behind her, wrapped her arm around her neck, and pulled her to the sidewalk.
Two other women then kicked the victim several times while she was on the ground, she told police.
The assailants are described as being in their forties, according to police reports. One is described as having short, spiky hair, with a facial piercing between her nose and lip; she was last seen wearing a black dress.
The second woman has light colored, shoulder length hair, and was last seen wearing green clothing.
The third woman was described as having short brown hair and possibly a piercing in her nose.