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CCTV Released after Penzance Attack
4:30pm 15th February 2012
(Updated 4:30pm 15th February 2012)
Clubbers in Penzance could hold the key to an attack at the town's train station.
Transport police have put out CCTV images of a witness they want to talk to.
It is after a man and woman in their twenties were targeted in the early hours of Sunday the 29th January.
Detective Constable Dave Bailey said: “After making enquiries, including speaking to witnesses and viewing CCTV images from the area around Penzance railway station, I would like to identify and speak to the people in these photographs as I believe they can assist the investigation.
“It’s my belief that the woman in the T-shirt with the Nike logo had tried to intervene and stop the altercation, so I am only seeking to speak to her as a witness, as I believe she will have information which can help police.
“I am urging anyone who recognises any of the people in these images, or who knows their current whereabouts, to contact British Transport Police.
"Additionally, if you witnessed the incident and have not yet spoken to police, I would urge you to come forward with whatever information you may have."
Anyone with information is urged to contact British Transport Police on 0800 40 50 40, or the independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111. In all calls, please quote incident reference B3/WWA of 14/02/2012.
4:30pm 15th February 2012
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