Jaw broken in Kent attack

A man had his jaw broken during a violent attack in Kent.

Appeal over Kent attack

Police received a call from a member of the public who said they saw the man had been talking with another man, before second man head-butted the victim, caused the victim to fall to the floor.

Kent Police’s investigating officer DC Laura Keeble said:"‘A witness was initially spoken to by officers at the scene. He described seeing a skinny white male, around 5ft 10ins tall and wearing a blue puffer jacket with a grey hooded top underneath, and blue jeans."

Anyone with information about the incident is asked to contact DC Keeble at Tonbridge Police Station on 01732 379146 quoting incident YY/22980/13. If you wish to remain anonymous, call Kent CrimeStoppers on 0800 555 111.

Jaw broken in Kent attack

A man had his jaw broken during a violent attack in Kent.

The attack happened in Tunbridge Wells at the junction of Camden Road and the pedestrianised stretch of Calverley Road at 4am on November 15.

A 31 year-old man suffered cracked ribs and a fractured jaw and a cut lip and was taken to hospital.

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