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10:15am 30th January 2012

A gang has burst into a house in Falmouth and beaten a man with sticks.

The three attackers used a wooden pole before escaping on Killigrew Street on Sunday evening.

The twenty-nine year old victim has been left bruised. He was treated at Treliske.

Police are hunting three suspects. They say the first is white, around 18 year old, 5ft 8in to 5ft 10in tall with short, blond, curly hair about 1’’ long. He has blond facial stubble, pale eyes possibly blue or green with a thin face. He was wearing jeans with a long sleeved woollen sweater and a Puffa style jacket which was dark in colour
The second suspect is a white man, 23 to 24 years old, approximately 6ft 4in tall and of medium build with short dark hair. He had an English accent and was wearing a blue and brown woollen sweater. The third is white, around 6ft tall and slim.
Police want to hear from anyone who saw anything on 101 quoting crime reference GP/12/230.
10:15am 30th January 2012

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