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Witnesses sought after man punched to the floor in Chertsey

23 Nov, 2016 16:31 News Witness Appeals

Surrey Police is appealing for witnesses after a man was assaulted outside a fried chicken shop in Windsor Street, Chertsey at around 10:45pm on Friday 11 November.

The victim was leaving the shop when he was assaulted by another customer, who then drove off in a black Mercedes. The victim was taken to hospital with head injuries.

CCTV shows a number of people in Windsor Street immediately before and after the assault, and there would have been a number of customers in the shop at that time. We are keen to trace them to ask them what they saw.

PC Max Pearson, who is investigating the assault, said “This appears to have been a random attack on an innocent member of the public who was just buying some food on his way home from a night out. If you were out in Chertsey that night and saw what happened please call us on 101 quoting reference 45160099843.

The CCTV images show individuals that may have witnessed the attack and could hold vital information to help us find the person responsible.

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