Man suffers fractured skull after being hit with bottle outside Hampshire pub 

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A MAN has been left with a fractured skull after being hit on the head with a bottle. 

The 38-year-old victim was attacked between 11pm and 11.32pm on Friday outside the  The Beacon pub in Kings Road, Basingstoke.

The Beacon pub in Kings Road, Basingstoke. Picture: Google Maps

The Beacon pub in Kings Road, Basingstoke. Picture: Google Maps

Police are looking for a suspect who is described as being a black male, aged around 20 to 25.

The victim, who is from Basingstoke, was hit on the back of the head after the bottle was thrown. He was knocked unconscious and was taken to hospital where he underwent surgery.

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