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Liskeard Assault Appeal
8:21am 24th June 2014
Police start a fresh appeal for clues after a man was struck to the ground and left with a broken cheekbone in Liskeard.
Officers say the 23 year old and his friend were approached by another group as they walked home after a night out, when a row broke out.
It happened in Pound Street on Sunday 8th June.
Devon and Cornwall Police have released the following information:
Police are appealing for witnesses to an assault in Liskeard which left a man with a broken cheekbone.
The offence happened around 2.15am on Sunday 8 June when the victim was walking home with a friend after a night out.
In Pound Street they were approached by three men and an argument broke out; one offender hit the victim over the back of the head and he fell to the ground.
When he got back up again the offender hit him across the face and he was knocked to the ground for a second time.
The 23-year-old from Liskeard sustained a broken cheekbone which required hospital treatment.
Police are asking the public for information about the offence and seeking the three suspects. The main offender is described as white, aged 19 to 25, around 5ft 6ins to 5ft 8ins tall with slim build and a slim face. He had short dark brown hair and was wearing a dark top and jeans.
Anyone who can assist with the investigation into the assault is asked to contact Liskeard CID by telephoning 101, quoting crime reference CR/079760/14.
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