Norfolk Constabulary: Sheringham injury appeal

23 June 2014

A fourth man has been arrested in connection
with an incident which took place in Sheringham at the
weekend.

At approximately 12:30am yesterday morning
(Sunday 22 June 2014), a man in his 20s was found unconscious on
the main road outside the Dunstable Arms on Cromer Road in the
town. Two other men in their 20s were also found with
injuries close by.

The three men were taken to the Norfolk and
Norwich University Hospital for treatment. One was treated for
facial injuries and one for hand injuries and they have both since
been discharged.

The third man was transferred to
Addenbrookes Hospital with a serious head injury. He has now
regained consciousness but remains in hospital.

Three men, two aged in their late 20s and one
in his late teens, from the Holt area, were arrested on suspicion
of causing grievous bodily harm with intent in connection
with the incident and were released on police bail last night until
Monday 21 July 2014. A fourth man, again aged in his late 20s
and from the Holt area, has this morning been arrested on suspicion
of causing grievous bodily harm with intent in connection with
the incident and remains in police custody at this time.

Detective Sergeant Jonathan Church, Norwich
CID, would like to hear from anyone who witnessed the incident
which led to the men s injuries or has information concerning
it.

Contact DS Jonathan Church at Norwich CID on
101 or alternatively call Crimestoppers
anonymously on 0800 555 111.

22 June 2014

Detectives from Great Yarmouth and Norwich CID
are appealing for witnesses to an incident which took place in the
early hours of this morning in Sheringham.

At approximately 12:30am, a man in his 20s was
found unconscious on the main road outside the Dunstable Arms on
Cromer Road in the town. Two other men in their 20s were also
found with injuries close by.

The three men were taken to the Norfolk and
Norwich University Hospital for treatment. One was treated for
serious facial injuries and one for hand injuries and they have
both since been discharged.

The third man has been
transferred to Addenbrookes Hospital with a serious head
injury.

He remains unconscious but his condition is described
as stable.

Three men, two aged in their late 20s and one
in his late teens, from the Holt area, have been arrested in
connection with the incident and are currently in Police
Investigation Centres across the county awaiting interview.

T/Detective Inspector Graeme Talbot, Great
Yarmouth CID, would like to hear from anyone who witnessed the
incident which led to the men s injuries or has information
concerning it.

Contact T/DI Talbot at Great Yarmouth or DS
Jonathan Church at Norwich on 101 or alternatively call
Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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