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Appeal for witnesses following assault The Meadway Tilehurst Reading

Alert message sent 19/06/2017 13:23:00

Information sent on behalf of Thames Valley Police

Thames Valley Police is appealing for witnesses after a man was assaulted near to Sutton House, The Meadway, Tilehurst in Reading.

At around 1.30pm on Tuesday (13/06) a man in his thirties has seen a man causing a disturbance outside a residential property.

The man in his thirties has spoken to the man causing a disturbance.

At this point the man causing a disturbance has then assaulted the man in his thirties.

A second man has also then become involved and also hit the male victim in his thirties.

A member of the public has then stepped into the stop the assault.

The victim received bruising to his face, but did not have to attend hospital.

The first offender is an Asian man, around 5ft 7 ins tall, average build, wearing blue jeans, blue shoes and a black t-shirt.

The second offender is an Asian man, around 5ft 10 ins tall, muscular build, wearing a dark blue t-shirt.

Investigating Officer, Police Constable Bradley Pitt, said:  “The location of this incident is a busy route through Tilehurst and would have been seen by numerous motorists. 

“There was at least one witness who stopped to help the victim and I am particularly keen to speak to this witness as well as anyone else who may have seen this incident.”

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Liz Herbert (Police, NHW & Community Messaging Co-ordinator, Reading LPA)

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