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Sunday, 23 November 2014

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Man's jaw and nose broken in attack on Cumbrian street

A man was left with serious facial injuries after an assault outside a club.

He sustained a broken nose and broken jaw in the incident at JJ's, New South Watt Street, Workington, on Tuesday night last week.

Four males were involved, say police and two men, possibly in their twenties, ran off.

Officers are keen to speak to anyone in JJ's and who saw what happened. Call them on 101.

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