Man assaulted at Folkestone railway crossing
A man has been left with a
black eye and a chipped tooth after being attacked near a railway
crossing at Folkestone.
The 50-year-old man was walking along Tram
Road, near to the pedestrian crossing, when the assault took place
at around 9pm on Saturday, January 5.
Police said the victim remembered very
little of the attack but believes two men were involved.
After the assault he was taken to the
William Harvey Hospital where he received stitches for a cut to his
He also suffered significant swelling and
bruising to his left eye and a chipped tooth.
One of the offenders is thought to have been
wearing a white jumper.
Anyone with information about the incident can call acting
police sergeant Greg Pochin at Kent Police on 101 quoting crime
reference number ZY/000552/13.
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