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Police appeal for witnesses following incident of affray in Chalfont St Peter

| December 4, 2017 | 0 Comments

An incident of affray in Chalfont St Peter has prompted police to launch a witness appeal.

On Friday 1st December 2017, at about 8.10pm, two men were involved in an altercation outside the front of the Greyhound Inn, High Street, Chalfont St Peter.

One of the men chased the other to the nearby roundabout junction with the A413 where he assaulted him. During the altercation, the man who was assaulted had his top pulled off and was left bare chested. It is currently unknown if he sustained injuries as a result of the incident.

Investigating officer PC Arshid Ali, based at Amersham police station, said: ‘At the time of the incident, the front of the pub was busy and there were a lot of people on foot due to a nearby fair which was taking place at the time.

We are seeking witnesses and anyone who can provide information to the incident.

Anyone with any information should call the Thames Valley Police non-emergency number on 101.

Police have arrested a 30 year old man from Chorleywood, Hertfordshire on suspicion of affray. He has been released under investigation.

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