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Man ‘punched, kicked, and robbed’ near Tunbridge Wells park

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Original article from Kent Live

A man in his 20s has been seriously injured after an alleged robbery in Tunbridge Wells.

The victim was reportedly kicked and punched around Calverley Grounds on Sunday, August 15.

He managed to run away after the attack but suffered serious injuries that required specialist treatment.

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Police have now released CCTV images of three people who they believe will be able to assist their enquiries.

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The victim was walking along Mount Pleasant Road when he was reportedly approached and verbally abused by three young men at around 11.35pm on Sunday 15 August.

Officers say he was then followed into Calverley Grounds, where the men are reported to have punched and kicked him before going through his pockets and removing a lighter and tobacco.

Police are keen to speak to the three people pictured in the CCTV images

A statement from Kent Police said: “The victim managed to run away and alert the police but suffered serious facial injuries in the incident that required specialist treatment.

Enquiries are ongoing and officers are keen to speak to the three people pictured in the CCTV images, who they believe may be able to assist them.

“Anyone who recognises them is urged to call the appeal line on 01795 419119 quoting reference 46/148991/21.

“You can also call the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111 or complete the online form at www.crimestoppers-uk.org .

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