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Muscle-bound man wanted by Cambridge police after teenage boy left with a serious head injury


By Adrian Curtis


Police hunting man after park attack on teenage boy. Picture: Keith Heppell
Police hunting man after park attack on teenage boy. Picture: Keith Heppell

16-year-old was on park bench

A muscular man is wanted b y police after an attack on a teenage boy in a Cambridge park left him with a serious head injury.

The 16-year-old victim was sat on a park bench with a friend in Coleridge Road between 6.30pm and 7pm yesterday (September 22) when they were approached by a group.

One of them asked for a cigarette and lighter and the victim handed them over. However, when he asked for the lighter back they refused and he was punched.

Another member of the group then threw a bottle at him, causing him a serious but not life threatening head injury.

The man who punched the victim is described as large, white, about 5ft 9in, muscular, in his mid-20s, with short black hair and was unshaven. He wore a red and black zip-up hooded top and dark jeans.

The victim received treatment in Addenbrooke's Hospital.

The group was between 10 and 15 strong and aged in their 20s.

Anyone who saw or has any information about the assault is asked to call PC Tom Guy on 111 or Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555111.



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