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UPDATE TUESDAY 11.15AM: Police renew appeal over Spalding GBH




Police have appealed for witnesses
Police have appealed for witnesses

Spalding detectives are renewing their appeal for anyone with information about a reported serious attack on a man in the town centre to contact them.

The man claimed that he was attacked by a group of people during the early hours of Tuesday, January 16.

He took a taxi from Spalding to Peterborough City Hospital where he was treated for injuries to his face and heavy bleeding.

Inspector Gareth Boxall, South Holland neighbourhood policing inspector, said: “We would still like to speak to anybody who saw a man with facial injury or any violent incidents in Spalding town centre between January 15 and 16.

“Also, any taxi drivers who took a man with facial injuries to hospital in Peterborough should also get in touch with us.”

Detectives are treating it as GBH (grievous bodily harm) and if anyone has any information, they should call Spalding CID on 101, quoting crime number 18000024345.

WEDNESDAY 2.30PM: Witness appeal over Spalding GBH

Detectives in Spalding have launched an appeal to get information related to a reported GBH incident which took place in the town centre.

During the early hours of Tuesday, a man reported that he received injuries to his face and suffered heavy bleeding, after reportedly suffering serious injuries caused by multiple people.

The victim then took a taxi from Spalding to Peterborough.

Police are appealing to any taxi drivers who remember taking a man with facial injuries to Peterborough in the early hours of Tuesday morning.

If anyone remembers seeing a man with facial injuries, or any relevant incidents in Spalding town centre overnight between Monday and Tuesday, please ring in on 101, quoting number 18000024345.



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