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Do you recognise man wanted in connection with attack on man in his 60s in Norwich Road, Ipswich?

16:12 08 January 2016

CCTV of man wanted after assault in Norwich Road Ipswich. Officers investigating the incident are keen to trace the man pictured, described as of Asian appearance, in his 40s to 50s, around 5ft 10ins tall, of stocky build, with dark hair,

CCTV of man wanted after assault in Norwich Road Ipswich. Officers investigating the incident are keen to trace the man pictured, described as of Asian appearance, in his 40s to 50s, around 5ft 10ins tall, of stocky build, with dark hair,

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Police are today releasing CCTV images of a man they want to speak to following an assault at premises in Norwich Road in Ipswich in October.

CCTV of man wanted after assault in Norwich Road Ipswich. Officers investigating the incident are keen to trace the man pictured, described as of Asian appearance, in his 40s to 50s, around 5ft 10ins tall, of stocky build, with dark hair,CCTV of man wanted after assault in Norwich Road Ipswich. Officers investigating the incident are keen to trace the man pictured, described as of Asian appearance, in his 40s to 50s, around 5ft 10ins tall, of stocky build, with dark hair,

A man in his early 60s sustained a deep cut to his forehead in the incident which happened on October 6.

Officers investigating the incident are keen to trace the man pictured, described as of Asian appearance, in his 40s to 50s, around 5ft 10ins tall, of stocky build, with dark hair, and are asking anyone who may recognise him to come forward.

Anyone who can help is asked to call Pc Hannah Creasey at Suffolk police by dialling the non-emergency number 101 and quoting crime number 18132/15.

1 comment

  • Ah, as usual it doesn't take long for the racists to appear. He's probably as British as you are Sparkie. You'd better get used to multiculturalism as it'll happen whether you like it or not.

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    Chris Haggard

    Friday, January 8, 2016

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