RAF Marham attempted abduction: could you have treated a suspect?

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A suspect involved in the attempted abduction of an RAF serviceman in Norfolk could have sought medical treatment.

It is thought the suspect received a visible facial injury after the victim managed to fight him off, head-butting the eye-socket area and punching the suspect in the chin/throat area.

Police believe he could have suffered bruising and swelling to this area – but possibly a more serious head injury which he could have suffered during the fall.

The suspect is described as between 20-30 years-old, about 6ft tall, of athletic/stocky build, Middle Eastern in appearance, with dark hair which was long on top and had a well-groomed beard. On the day of the incident he was wearing dark casual clothing.

Have you treated someone with similar injuries matching this description on or since 3pm of Wednesday, 20th July?

If so please contact the dedicated hotline on 0800 056 0154 or 0207 158 0011 or 101 with any information.

Published 28th July, 2016

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