Man viciously beaten outside Barclays Bank

Robbery ruled out as motive for assault by two men

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On Saturday 22nd July 2006 around half past midnight, a man was viciously assaulted outside Barclays Bank on Chiswick High Road.

After the 31 year old victim had finished using the cash machine, he turned to speak to two other men who were using the adjacent machine.

The two male suspects attacked the victim by punching him in the face and, when he fell to the ground, began to kick him.

Nothing was stolen from the victim so Police have ruled out robbery as a motive for the attack.

The victim was taken to Charing Cross Hospital for treatment for facial injuries.

Police are looking for two white males, the first was about 20 years, 5’08” with a shaven headed, the second was 25 years, 5’10” with short brown hair.

Any information to the Crime Management Unit on 020 8247 6485 please.

Information on any crime may be passed anonymously to Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.










July 25, 2006