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Two men attacked at petrol station

Two men are being treated in a specialist hospital after they were assaulted at a petrol station in Aldershot during the early hours of Sunday morning.

Police were called at 1am to the Jet petrol station in Aldershot High Street where they found a 45-year-old man with cuts to his face from someone carrying a knife.

A second victim, a 32-year-old man had suffered injuries to his mouth and teeth.

Both men were taken to Frimley Park Hospital but later transferred to a hospital in London.

We are pursuing several leads including details of three men aged in their late teens. “These three suspects, all described as white males in their late teens, early twenties were seen after the assault heading along Waterloo Road towards Newport Road.

– Detective Sergeant Alan Hastings of Aldershot CID

Hunt for Brockenhurst armed robber

CCTV robbery
CCTV still of the suspect Credit: Hampshire Police

A man carrying a knife forced his way behind the counter of a petrol station in Brockenhurst and stole several hundred pounds.

The armed robbery took place at around 3pm on Monday May, 27 when a man entered the Esso Service Station on Sway Road.

He demanded money from the cashier as he showed his knife, then ran from the store with hundreds of pounds.

The man is described as aged mid to late 20s and of Asian appearance. He was 6ft 2ins with a London accent.

He also had a tattoo or mark on the left side of his neck.

Officers from Lyndhurst CID have released the CCTV images of the suspects and want anyone with information on the man to contact them on 101.

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