Police release CCTV images in relation to train station attack
POLICE have released CCTV images of two men they are looking to identify in relation to an attack at Stevenage train station which left a man with a broken cheekbone. British Transport Police (BTP) released the images today (Monday) and are appealing for
POLICE have released CCTV images of two men they are looking to identify in relation to an attack at Stevenage train station which left a man with a broken cheekbone.
British Transport Police (BTP) released the images today (Monday) and are appealing for information about the assault which took place at about 2am on Saturday, October 3.
DC Stephen McBride, the investigating officer, said:
"The victim, a 24-year-old man from Stevenage, was walking across the bridge at the station when two men began to repeatedly assault him.
"The men only stopped their attack after being disturbed by a security guard."
The victim required hospital treatment for a broken cheekbone, and suffered cuts and bruises to his face and body.
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Following the attack, two men boarded the 2.18am train service to Hitchin station.
DC McBride said:
"This was a violent attack that appears to have been completely unprovoked.
"I would urge anyone who recognises the two men pictured or who has any information that could assist our investigation to contact us."
Anyone with any information is asked to contact BTP on 0800 40 50 40 or alternatively call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.