01:05AM, Monday 23 September 2013
A Windsor man has been arrested after an altercation in the toilets at Reading Railway Station on Sunday, September 13.
British Transport Police (BTP) arrested the 23-year-old on suspicion of causing GBH and assault, along with another 23-year-old man from Camberley for assault.
Both were released on police bail, and due to return on Saturday, November 2.
BTP said two men were left with serious injuries after the attack at the station's main concourse at 11.15pm.
One was left with a split earlobe requiring stitches, while another was left unconscious.
Officers said the altercation between the two groups of men started in the station before continuing into the toilets.
Detective Constable Martin Coburn, the investigating officer, is urging anyone to come forward with information.
He said: "This was a nasty assault on two men and we are sure there must be someone with key information that can help officers."
If you have information call BTP on 0800 405040 quoting background number B21/LNA of 19/09/2013 or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.
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