Polish man injured in Evesham group assault

Malvern Gazette: Polish man injured in Evesham group assault Polish man injured in Evesham group assault

A POLISH man was assaulted by three men on a bridge in Evesham, leaving him with injuries which needed hospital treatment.

The attack happened on the Workman Bridge in Evesham at 11.35pm of Sunday, July 6 when the man was confronted by a group of men.

It is believed that the victim was assaulted by three men. The victim suffered injuries to his face, for which he was later treated at Worcestershire Royal Hospital, Worcester.

Police are appealing for any witnesses who may have been within the area around the time of the attack, or may have any information regarding the person who had committed the assault.

It is believed that after the attack, the group of men left the Workman Bridge towards Marco Pizza at 11.39pm, and then a smaller group headed towards Bridge Street.

Anyone with any information should call West Mercia Police on 101, quoting incident number 805S of July 6.

Alternatively you can give information without giving your name by calling the charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 or by visiting their website: www.crimestoppers-uk.org

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11:21pm Wed 9 Jul 14

Small Town says...

These small time thugs are the scum of the earth, find them and jail them.
These small time thugs are the scum of the earth, find them and jail them. Small Town
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9:28am Thu 10 Jul 14

Bufton Tufton says...

Small Town wrote:
These small time thugs are the scum of the earth, find them and jail them.
I agree. Small town small time thugs are the worst.
[quote][p][bold]Small Town[/bold] wrote: These small time thugs are the scum of the earth, find them and jail them.[/p][/quote]I agree. Small town small time thugs are the worst. Bufton Tufton
  • Score: 3
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