Police appeal over New Year's Day assault in Yeovil
Police have this week appealed for witnesses to an assault in Yeovil which happened in the early hours of New Year's Day.
A man and a woman were walking home along King Street at around 2am when they were approached by two young men in their mid-teens.
They were then joined by some older teenagers and the man was punched and kicked. His girlfriend had to intervene and was injured as a result.
Officers investigating the incident have released the following descriptions of people who may have important information which can help with their enquiries:
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• One man, aged 14-16-years-old, around 5'7" – 5'8" tall, average build, blond shoulder length hair in a 'surfer' style and with a baseball cap. He may have been referred to as Charlie.
• One man, aged 14-16-years-old, 5'7" – 5'8" tall, an average build and short black hair. He was wearing a black baseball cap (possibly with a New York Yankees logo on), white high-top trainers and dark-blue jeans.
• One man, aged 17-18-years-old, with short dark hair, 5'9" and wearing all dark clothing. He may have been referred to as Jamie.
Anyone with information about the incident should contact PC Casper Harvey at Yeovil Police Station on 101.