Three men injured in city centre assault
Posted on 6th October 2013
Police are investigating an assault in Derby city centre where three men were injured.
At around 4am today (Sunday, October 6), officers were called to a report of a man injured in Curzon Street. A short time later, further calls were received that another man was injured nearby and a third man was injured outside the Assembly Rooms in the Market Place.
The injured men are all aged between 20 and 30. Their injures are not life-threatening. Police believe the three men got into an argument with a group of men outside Macklin Fish Bar, in Macklin Street, and were then assaulted.
Parts of the city centre are cordoned off while the inquiry is underway.
Anyone with information should call police on 101 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
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