September 23rd, 2016

Appeal as Alcester man hospitalised after bar and snooker cue attack

Appeal as Alcester man hospitalised after bar and snooker cue attack Appeal as Alcester man hospitalised after bar and snooker cue attack

POLICE are appealing for witnesses after a man was first pelted with eggs then badly beaten as he walked along St Faiths Road in Alcester last Wednesday (July 27).

The incident happened at around 11.40pm when the pedestrian was first hit by eggs thrown from a small silver car that was driving around the Conway Estate at speed.

The silver car then returned and stopped by the victim, the occupants got out and hit him with a bar or similar object and then continued to hit and kick him while he was on the ground.

At some point the victim’s own snooker cue he was carrying was used against him and broke in half.

The car occupants are described as a group of five youths who then made off towards Castle Road.

The injured man was taken to hospital for treatment.

Anyone who witnessed this incident is urged to call the police on 101 (or Crimestoppers on 0800555111) quoting the incident number 0501 27/07/2016.

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