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Saxmundham - affray witness appeal

Police are appealing for information and witnesses in relation an incident of affray in Saxmundham last week.

On Wednesday 8 July at around 11.25am, the victim, a man, was on Albion Street by the junction with Alma Place, near to the train station, when he was involved in an altercation with two younger males. The victim was reportedly kicked and punched and was also hit with a road traffic sign and a piece of concrete.

The victim, who has not been identified, reportedly sustained a head injury as a result of the incident and is believed to have been accompanied by two young children at the time.

Police attended immediately but the victim and the suspects had left the scene on foot. Police conducted a search of the local area but found no trace of the two suspects.

The incident remains under investigation and police would ask the victim, or anyone who knows the identity of the victim, to come forward. Officers would also be interested in speaking to anyone who may be able to assist in identifying the suspects and are asking local people to check any images or footage they might have from around the time of the incident, including any CCTV and dash cams.

Anyone with any information about this incident or who saw anything suspicious at the time is asked to contact PC Hudson at Suffolk Police quoting reference number 37/38354/20.
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