Detectives from Guildford CID are investigating following a serious assault against a man in his 20s in Godalming.
Officers were called by ambulance crews to the Rose and Crown public house on Mill Lane at around 3.30am on Sunday, 26 July following what is believed to be an altercation at the scene.
The victim was taken to hospital for treatment to a serious hand injury believed to have been caused by a sharp implement.
Enquiries into the incident are ongoing and officers are making a number of enquiries in the local area to ascertain the full circumstances surrounding the assault.
It is not believed that this was a random assault.
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A teenager jailed for nine years for a drugs-related knife attack in Guildford. Maxwell Aboh-Tshiunza was sentenced at Guildford Crown Court, having earlier pleaded guilty to causing grievous bodily harm with intent.
The 18-year-old repeatedly stabbed his victim at a property in Cranley Road in what officers believed to be a drugs-related incident.
Detectives then set about piecing together Aboh-Tshiunza's movements by trawling through hours of CCTV footage, which captured him at both London Road and Guildford Railway Stations, which he used in the minutes after the attack. His DNA was recovered from the kitchen knife used in the attack which was found nearby.
This has been a challenging and complex investigation but I hope the conviction demonstrates to the Surrey public our commitment to keep our county safe and sends a clear message to offenders that our officers are committed to see that justice is done.
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