A person was attacked as he walked previous two teams of males armed with weapons who had been concerned in a dispute, police have mentioned. The person, aged in his 30s, was strolling residence from work on the time.
Police in Leigh, Wigan, mentioned he suffered a lot of severe facial accidents and was taken to hospital, the place he remained on Wednesday. Detectives at Larger Manchester Police have issued an pressing enchantment for witnesses or anybody with info to return ahead.
In a press release the power mentioned: “At around 10.25pm on Tuesday, May 3, we received a report of a disturbance on Newlands Road, Leigh. Officers attended and enquiries have, so far, established that there was a dispute between two groups of males who were in possession of various weapons and surrounding a white van.
“During the dispute, a member of the public walked past the white van on his way home from work and was subsequently attacked resulting in multiple facial injuries. The member of the public, a man in his 30s, was taken to hospital where he remains.”
The weapons concerned weren’t additional described and police have not revealed the character of the dispute, or what number of males had been concerned. There’s been no particulars of any arrests.
Detective Inspector Philip Housley, of GMP’s Wigan district, appealed for anybody with dash-cam footage to return ahead. He mentioned: “As a result of our investigation, we are starting to build a clear picture of the incident on Newlands Road and the circumstances surrounding it. That being said, we are keen to hear from anyone with information.
“I enchantment to anybody who has info or sprint cam footage from the roads surrounding Newlands Highway, significantly Oak Avenue and Rugby Highway, to share it with us. For those who would favor to stay nameless, you’ll be able to share info by way of the unbiased charity – Crimestoppers.”
No further details have been revealed.
Anyone with information should contact police on 0161 856 7094 quoting 3287 03/05/22. Information can also be shared anonymously via the independent charity – Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.