CCTV image released following incident of actual bodily harm - High Street

Alert message sent 30/10/2020 11:42:00

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Thames Valley Police is releasing a CCTV image of a man who may have important information about an incident of actual bodily harm in Wallingford.

At around 8.30pm on Saturday 17 October, the victim, a man in his fifties, was parking his car in a car park on the High Street, opposite Wallingford Tandoori, when he was approached by three men.

One of the offenders punched the victim, causing him to fall backwards and be knocked unconscious. The offenders then left in the direction of Thames Street.

The victim received a cut to the back of his head, bruising and swelling to his face and a severe concussion. He required hospital treatment and multiple stitches and has since been discharged.

Nothing was taken during the incident.

Investigating officer PC Emma Kidd, based at Abingdon police station, said: “This was an unprovoked assault which left the victim requiring hospital treatment for a concussion that he is still experiencing effects from.

“I am releasing this CCTV image as I believe that this man may have important information about this incident.

“If you recognise this man, or think that it might be you, get in touch.

“I am also appealing to anyone who was driving in the area to check their dash cam footage. I believe that the offenders came up Thames Street and crossed over the High Street immediately before the incident.

“You can contact us using our online reporting form, quoting reference number 43200329452, or by calling the non-emergency number 101.

“Alternatively, you can call Crimestoppers 100% anonymously on 0800 555 111.”

To view the CCTV, please see our press release: https://www.thamesvalley.police.uk/news/thames-valley/news/2020/october/26-10-2020/cctv-image-released-following-incident-of-actual-bodily-harm--wallingford/
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