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Gang attack victim suffers broken arm

A MAN suffered a double fracture to his arm and multiple facial injuries when he was assaulted by two men and a woman in a Kent town.

The 43-year-old victim was in Rochester Street, Chatham, when he was pushed to the ground from behind. Police say he was then kicked and punched.

He was able to phone for an ambulance after the assault and was taken to hospital.

One of the men was white, with short black hair and was wearing glasses and a green or grey jacket.

The other man was also white, of stocky build, with short black hair and wearing a leather jacket.

The woman was white, aged in her 30s and was walking with a dog she called Molly.

Anyone with information about this attack - which happened between 6am and 6.25am on Saturday - is urged to contact police on 01634 792528 or Kent CrimeStoppers on 0800 555111.

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