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Couple assaulted outside Carlisle takeaway

Police in Carlisle are hunting two men following a serious assault outside one of the city’s takeaways.

It was at 9pm last night (Saturday August 9) outside the Golden Pheasant in Caldewgate and a man and a woman were pushed to the ground during the attack.

A Cumbria police spokesman said that the man was kicked and stamped to the head and body and he suffered a fractured left ankle during the incident.

The first suspect was described as having tanned skin, was more than 6ft tall, stocky, in his late 30s or early 40s, had a bald head and was wearing a light coloured top.

The second was a white man, about 30-years-old, 5ft 6ins tall, stocky build, dark hair in the style of a crew cut, was wearing dark clothing and was carrying a dark rucksack.

Anyone who saw the incident or has any information should contact police on 101.



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