At around 3.20am on the morning of Sunday 9th August 2015 four people were assaulted outside McDonalds in High Street, High Wycombe.
Prior to the assault an altercation took place between the offender and a 28 year old man after the offender approached a 27 year old woman near to the Kebab van in High Street.
The altercation continued on a footpath along the side of McDonalds between St Pauls Row and the High Street. The offender pulled the 27 year old woman to the ground by her hair.
He then head butted the male victim and pushed a 20 year old woman. The offender continued assaulting the male victim, punching him to the ground, stamping on him several times before the offender was dragged away by another man.
The 28 year old man sustained cuts and bruises and hand injuries. The 27 year old woman received cuts and bruises to her arms. Another man, who is thought to have intervened in the assault and the 20 year old woman were also treated for minor injuries. They have all been discharged from hospital.
A 22 year old man of no fixed abode has been arrested in connection with the assault. He has been released on police bail until Wednesday 9th September 2015.
Investigating officer, PC Alex Wardlaw based at High Wycombe police station, said: ‘This assault took place in the middle of High Wycombe, when a number of people will have been going home from their nights out.
I would like to appeal to anyone who may have seen what happened by the kebab vans on the High Street.
The offender is white with a tanned complexion, 20 to 25-years old, with medium length light brown hair, described as shaggy. He has dark stubble and was wearing a black polo shirt, black trousers and black shoes.
I would like to speak to another man who stepped in to help the woman who was pulled to the ground in the walkway.
This man is mixed race, broadly built, with short black hair, and was wearing a black T-shirt and dark trousers. He also had a dark coat. I am hoping he will come forward as I believe he may have important information regarding this incident.
I would add that disorder like this will not be tolerated by police in High Wycombe.‘
Thames Valley Police are appealing for anyone who may have any information about the incident to please call the 24-hour Thames Valley Police enquiry centre on 101.
If you do not want to speak directly to the police you can contact the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111. No personal details are taken, information is not traced or recorded and you will not go to court.