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Police hunt brunette woman after Kent man left assaulted

  • Victim was walking along street when a car drove past before pulling up by him
  • The group who had been in the car ran up the road and assaulted the victim 
  • Suspects left the scene and the victim went to hospital for medical attention

Officers have released CCTV images of two people they want to speak to after an 18-year-old boy was left with a fractured eye socket following a gang assault.

The victim was walking in Maidstone, Kent, with four friends at around 10.30pm on Wednesday, when the occupants of a dark Ford Fiesta shouted as they drove past.

The car pulled over, and as the victim and his friends approached a junction the group who had been in the car, described as five men and a woman, ran down the road and assaulted the victim. 

One of the people police want to speak to

Police would like to speak with anyone who recognises the man or woman in the CCTV images or who believes they have information on the incident

He fell to the floor where the group continued to punch and kick him.

The suspects left the scene and the victim went to hospital for medical attention. 

His injuries were described as a fractured eye socket, broken teeth and bruises.

Police would like to speak with anyone who recognises the man or woman in the CCTV images or who believes they have information on the incident. 

Kent Police can be contacted on 101.  

The victims' injuries were described as a fractured eye socket, broken teeth and bruises

The victims’ injuries were described as a fractured eye socket, broken teeth and bruises

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