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Police appeal after man was assaulted in Derby

Posted on 15th July 2014

Police appeal for witnesses after a man was assaulted in Derby.

On Sunday, June 29 at 2.30am a man was on the Cornmarket, near to Primark, with his friend when he was approached by three men.

One of the men, described as black and in his 20s, asked him if he had a lighter and a cigarette, he replied that he hadn’t and walked away. The man then punched him in the face and ran off.

The other two men were described as white and in their 20s. The victim suffered a fractured cheekbone as a result of the attack.

Anyone with information is asked to contact PC Neil Dutton at St Marys Wharf police station using the 101 number.

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