10:51AM, Saturday 12 December 2015
A fresh appeal for witnesses is being made by police after a Halloween attack which left a 30-year-old man with a bleed on the brain.
Three men are being sought in connection with the incident, which happened in Thames Street, Windsor, at about 3.40am on Saturday, October 31.
It is believed they had been challenged by the victim after throwing a traffic cone which smashed the window of a Pizza Express restaurant.
The trio then assaulted the man before running away down an alleyway next to the King and Castle pub, also in Thames Street, and into Alexandra Gardens. The victim was treated at Wexham Park Hospital but has since been discharged.
Detective Contable James Heath said: “I would appeal to the men in these CCTV images, or anyone who recognises them, to contact police immediately as we believe the men might have vital information about this assault.
“This was a senseless attack on a victim who was left with a bleed on the brain.
“It is vital that anyone with information, no matter how insignificant you think it might be, comes forward to bring justice to the victim.”
Call police on 101 with information, or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
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