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'Vicious and unprovoked attacked' in Farnham leaves man needing hospital treatment

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'Vicious and unprovoked attacked' in Farnham leaves man needing hospital treatment

Published by the Eagle Radio News Team at 6:07pm 28th February 2020. (Updated at 8:16pm 28th February 2020)

A man has had two teeth knocked out and needed hospital treatment after a  'vicious and unprovoked attacked' in a Farnham car park.

The incident took place on 7 February at 9.40am in Sainsbury’s South Street, Farnham car park when there was a slight collision between a small red car and a van.

The driver of the van and the passenger of the car began to argue, then another man came over and threw the passenger against a wall and hit him in the face. 

During the attack, the victim’s girlfriend was also punched in the stomach.

The suspect was dragged off of the victim and then walked away towards Sainsbury’s.

PC Nicola Ansell described it as a 'vicious, unprovoked attack'

"It left the victim requiring urgent hospital treatment and ongoing hospital treatment.

"We are appealing to anyone who saw what happened, or anyone with any information or dashcam footage, to call us straight away.”

The suspect is described as:

  • A white man aged between 25 – 35 years
  • About 6 foot to – 6’3” tall
  • Stocky build
  • Cropped blond or light brown hair.
  • He was wearing a hi-viz with ‘Carpentry Co’ written on it, with a pink/red hoody underneath.
  • He left the scene in a silver VW Transporter panel van.

If you have any information, call Surrey Police on 101 quoting reference number PR/45200015289.

To remain anonymous call independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.