Canada Windsor police hunt for man who punched stranger in the face

21:40  03 august  2017
21:40  03 august  2017 Source:   Windsor Star

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Windsor police are looking for a man who punched a stranger in the face , leaving the victim with serious injuries. A security camera image of the suspect in an assault early July 21 on Wyandotte St. East. Courtesy of Windsor Police Service.

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Windsor Police Service badge. © Tyler Brownbridge, Windsor Star Windsor Police Service badge. Windsor police are looking for a man who punched a stranger in the face, leaving the victim with serious injuries.

A security camera image of the suspect in an assault early July 21 on Wyandotte St. East.

Police received a call July 21 around 2 a.m. about an assault in the 800 block of Wyandotte Street East.

The 35-year-old victim old officers he was inside a business when a man he didn’t know approached him. They talked briefly and the stranger left.

Shortly after that, the victim was standing near the entrance of the business when the man approached him again. This time, the stranger punched him in the face and took off. He ran west down Wyandotte.

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Police are hunting for a man who attacked a nine-year-old boy who was playing in a park in Western Australia. The school boy was playing with his brother at the Barry Britton Reserve on Balga Avenue, 14km north of Perth, before the strange man approached the young boys.

Police want to speak to this man over an assault on an elderly woman. As she leaned around a man to get the paper she wanted, the attacker suddenly hit her in the face . The victim was taken to hospital and treated for bruising and has since been discharged.

Police said the victim suffered serious but not life-threatening injuries to his face.

Investigators have released a photo of the attacker in the hope someone will recognize him. Police said the man is black, about 5’4” and 30 to 37 years old. He had his hair tied into a bun and tattoos on his right arm. He was last seen wearing a white tank top, beige pants and white running shoes.

Anyone with information can call Windsor police at 519-255-6700 ext. 4830 or Crime Stoppers at 519-258-8477 (TIPS). You can also leave tips online at catchcrooks.com.

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