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Man ‘punched repeatedly’ in town assault

Man ‘punched repeatedly’ in town assault

Monday 07 January 2019

Man ‘punched repeatedly’ in town assault

A man was left with injuries to his face after being punched several times by another man in an assault that took place in the early hours of Saturday in town.

Police said that the attack on the 36-year-old took place around 02:15 on Bond Street.

He was reportedly punched “several times”. Despite sustaining “several facial injuries”, the victim did not require A&E attention. 

The alleged perpetrator was described as being “about 5’8 tall, of stock, muscular build, with short, cropped, fair hair and wearing a padded, dark coloured body warmer with a white T-shirt and jeans”.

Pictured: The assault happened in Bond Street, St. Helier. 

Police are now appealing for information from witnesses of the attack or anyone who knows more about what happened. 

Those with information are being urged to call 612612 or make an anonymous report using the Crimestoppers online form.

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