Witness sought after two hurt in attack outside Brighton pub

Posted On 02 Jan 2019 at 5:02 pm

Police are trying to trace a woman who saw two men being attacked outside a Brighton pub.

Sussex Police said: “Police seeking witnesses to a violent incident outside a Brighton city centre pub, in which two men were injured, believe a woman passer-by, seen on CCTV, may have vital information.

“At half past midnight on Thursday 13 September officers were called to reports of a disturbance outside the Mash Tun pub in Church Street, Brighton.

“A 27-year-old man sustained a broken wrist and a dislocated elbow and a 23-year-old man who was with him sustained bruising.

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“A police media appeal was issued after the attack and a 30-year-old Goring man has been interviewed by appointment, under caution, on suspicion of causing grievous bodily harm (GBH).”

Detective Constable Simon Rideout said: “Our inquiries are continuing and we are especially interested in talking to this woman who is seen watching the incident.

“She was dressed in black and was carrying a white shopping bag.

“That witness or anyone else with information is asked to contact us online or by calling 101, quoting serial 30 of 13/09.

“The black coat seen in the images may appear to be blue but this is a misleading effect of the lighting – it is believed to be black.”

  1. Christopher Hawtree Reply

    Why is this so long after the attack in September?

  2. Terry Wing Reply

    Why do You never have good sized images within the storyline, as well as in the hyperlink?

  3. Nigel Brighton Reply

    I’ve worked it out, police do not want to solve crimes., why when an attack happens at 12.30am 4 months later they ask for witnesses, clearly they are pretending to do something but not…..they really don’t give a flying !

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