Street argument ends in man being attacked

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First published in News

A 43-year-old man suffered a dislocated shoulder when he was attacked following a “verbal disagreement” on an Abingdon street.

The man had been in the Punchbowl in Market Place on Monday and was walking down East St Helen’s Street, towards St Helen’s Church, “when he got into a verbal altercation with two men” police said.

One punched him to the ground and stamped on his shoulder, dislocating it.

The man who attacked him is white, in his mid-20s, 6ft tall and was wearing dark clothing. The second man was shorter, slim, white and in his mid-20s.

Contact Pc Simon Campbell on 101.

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