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Man hospitalised following assault in a vehicle at the junction of Desborough Avenue and The Pastures, High Wycombe

| June 6, 2019

A man was assaulted in a vehicle in High Wycombe on Thursday 6th June 2019.

At around 3.20am, officers from Thames Valley Police received a report of a man being assaulted in a vehicle at the junction of Desborough Avenue and The Pastures in High Wycombe.

The victim, a man in his twenties, was in a grey Toyota Aventis which was damaged during the incident. Following the assault the victim received medical treatment at Stoke Mandeville Hospital and has since been discharged.

The omen who carried out the assault are described as Asian men, however it is unclear exactly how many were involved.

Investigating officer Sergeant Paul Reading based at High Wycombe police station, said: ‘We are in the very early stages of this investigation and we are establishing exactly what happened.

We would like anyone with information about this incident to come forward.

It happened in the early hours of this morning but it is an area which is relatively busy and we would like anyone with CCTV or dash-cam footage from before, during or after the incident to make contact with us.

If you recognise the description of the vehicle and think you may have seen it before the incident earlier last night, we would like to speak to you.

We would also like to take this opportunity to thank the public for their patience this morning as there was disruption around the area of West Wycombe Road to accommodate this investigation.

Thames Valley Police are appealing for anyone who can help with their investigation to call the police non-emergency number 101 quoting reference 43190169473 or make a report online. If you do not wish to speak directly with police, you can call the independent charity Crimestoppers 100% anonymously on 0800 555 111.

Police have arrested three men aged 24, 21 and 22, all of whom are from Rotherham, in connection with the incident on suspicion of obstructing police officers in the lawful execution of their duty.

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