Man punched in head in Surrey Homebase car park assault sparks police appeal for witnesses

Police reported the incident happened in a Homebase car park in Godalming
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Surrey Police have launched an appeal for information after a man was punched in the head by another man in a Homebase car park. The assault happened in Godalming in the middle of the day after the suspect drove up to the victim and got out of his vehicle.

A verbal altercation followed before the suspect punched the victim, got back in his vehicle, and drove off. The incident happened around 12.30pm on Sunday, May 12.

Police have described the suspect as a White male in his mid-40s who is 5ft 10 tall and of a muscular build. He is said to have short ash-brown hair and was wearing a blue t-shirt, shorts, and white trainers.

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A spokesperson for Surrey Police said: “The suspect drove up to the victim in a dark-coloured vehicle before getting out and starting a verbal altercation with him. The suspect then punched the victim to the head before getting back in his vehicle and driving off.”

Anybody who may have information related to the case has been urged to contact police via direct message quoting reference PR/ 45240053351.

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