Man still treating fractured eye socket after attacked in Enfield

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A month after four men assaulted a man in Enfield, the police still looking for the culprits.

On 24 August, police received a report at approximately 17:10hrs that a man in his 40s had been assaulted by four men in an alleyway of High street, Ponders End.

The man was taken to hospital where the doctors disclosed he had suffered a fractured eye socket.

He continues to be treated for his injury.

An investigation by a local team revealed that the man was attacked by a group of four men, who were believed to be with a light-coloured pit bull or bull terrier dog.

Police checked CCTV and noticed several people were nearby during the incident and may have information that could help the investigation.

Detective Constable Roisin Mulvihill, the investigating officer, said:“This was a serious assault which left a man with injuries which could impact the rest of his life. We are carrying out a number of inquiries to locate those responsible, and I’d ask anyone who can help us do that to contact us immediately.”

Anyone who saw the attack, or has footage of the incident, is asked to call 101 quoting CAD 5399/24Aug.

To remain anonymous, contact the independent charityCrimestopperson 0800 555 111.

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