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3:40pm 1st August 2013

An assault in Callington has left a man with a fractured jaw.

It happened after a row broke out outside the Bulls Head pub last month.

In a statement, Devon and Cornwall Police said: 'Police in Callington are appealing for witnesses following an assault in the town.
 
The incident occurred at around 8.40pm on the evening of Friday 12 July outside the Bulls Head public house in Callington.
 
The victim assisted in removing a man from the pub who had caused problems inside and was asked to leave. Once outside he struck the aggrieved to the head, causing and injury to his ear and as a result fracturing his jaw.
 
The offender then walked off into Callington town.
 
The offender is described as a white man aged in his mid 20s, approximately 5ft 10ins tall, average build with blonde to mousy hair, and wearing a horizontally striped yellow and orange rugby style top and possible shorts.'
 
Police are appealing for any witnesses or anyone who knows the identity of the suspect and ask that they contact them on 101 quoting police reference BN/13/416 or alternatively call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111 or report online at www.Crimestoppers-uk.org.

3:40pm 1st August 2013

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