Police hunt for Ulverston trio continues
Last updated at 13:26, Thursday, 10 May 2012
A GROUP of men – including one with a possible false leg, another on crutches and a third with impaired movement – have still not been tracked by police three weeks after an alleged assault in Ulverston.
A 46-year-old man from Ulverston was walking home when he was apparently attacked by two men between 3am and 3.45am on April 13 in Watery Lane.
Both of the men involved in the attack were described as being in their 20s.
One was said to be 5ft 10ins tall, skinny, wearing no top and with short cropped brown hair, which was slightly longer on top.
The second was 5ft 6ins tall, with cropped short fair hair, glasses and a sky blue top.
He was also described as possibly having a false leg.
The pair are believed to have been in a group on the night with five other men who are described as:
- Male aged 20, 5ft 4ins tall, average build with blue jeans and a striped top and short dark gelled hair. He had a broken leg with a pot on and was using a crutch.
- Male aged 20, 5ft 5ins tall, well built with short hair, wearing an all white top and jacket.
- Male aged 20, 5ft 7ins tall, skinny, wearing a dark top and blue jeans with dark hair
- Male aged 20, 5ft 5ins tall, skinny with glasses, who had a tattoo “made in cumbria” on the back of his neck. He had a possible ailment, which impaired his movement.
- Male aged around 24-25, around 5ft 8ins tall, with dark medium length hair and wearing dark suit trousers, dark T-shirt and lighter jacket, almost sky blue in colour.
Anyone with information is asked to contact Sergeant Mark Lyon-Maris or PC Mark Turner at Ulverston police on 101 or ring Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
First published at 13:16, Thursday, 10 May 2012
Published by http://www.nwemail.co.uk
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