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A man who was assaulted after a violent disorder in Blaby at the weekend is undergoing treatment in hospital for life changing injuries.
The incident which involved a number of people was reported around 1.20am on Sunday (14 August) outside the Bulls Head Pub in Lutterworth Road.
The 34-year-old victim sustained serious facial and head injuries, which have been described as life changing. A second man, aged 31, sustained serious facial injuries. Both remain in hospital.
From enquiries conducted so far, it’s believed there were a number of people in the area at the time and a hammer was used during the assault.
Officers continue to identify witnesses and are trawling through CCTV in an attempt to obtain further information about the suspects.
They are urging anyone who was in the area and witnessed the incident or recorded any footage of what happened to get in touch.
Also, if anyone was driving by at the time and has video recording equipment installed they are asked to check for any footage and report information via 101 or www.leics.police.uk.
Anyone with any information is asked to contact PC 2149 Sheena Manek,, quoting crime number 22*470605.
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