Husband and wife attacked by youths at Havant railway station

Havant train station

Havant train station

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A WOMAN was left with a black eye and her husband with cuts and bruises after being attacked by youths at a railway station.

The couple, from Havant, were attacked at Havant Railway Station.

The 41-year-old woman suffered a black eye and the 48-year old man was treated for cuts and bruises after they had an altercation with a group of youngsters.

Police are now appealing for witnesses following the attack in the early hours of Saturday, June 20.

Investigating officer, PC Matthew Bavin said: ‘This was a particularly nasty and unprovoked attack on a couple who were on their way home from a night out. As they exited the station near Leigh Road, three youths barged past them on pushbikes.

‘They were assaulted by one of the youths when they challenged them about their behaviour.

The suspect was described as a white man, aged 16 to 17 years old, 5ft 10ins tall, stocky build, blonde hair and blue eyes.

He was wearing dark-coloured tracksuit top and bottoms.

Police ask anyone who was out on the Friday night just after midnight in this area and saw this incident to contact them on 101. Please quote ref 44150208784.

Alternatively contact the Crimestoppers charity on 0800 555 111, where information can be left anonymously.

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