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Unprovoked Street Attack in Redruth
7:01am 30th November 2012
Police say a man has been left traumatised and with serious injuries after an attack in Redruth.
The forty-nine year old local needed hospital treatment after being kicked and punched on Tolgus Hill.
It happened in the early hours of Sunday 18th November, when the attacker knocked the victim's takeaway out of his hands.
It is not clear why police have waited until now to let locals know about the attack.
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