July 13, 2018 2:09 pm

Police searching for 2 suspects after alleged assault in Bradford sends one to hospital

South Simcoe police are searching for two suspects in connection with an alleged assault.

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Police are seeking the public’s assistance in identifying two suspects wanted in connection with an alleged assault.

According to police, on July 13 at around 12:30 a.m. officers were called to a parking lot on Holland Street West in Bradford after receiving report that a man had been assaulted and was on the ground.

When officers arrived on scene, paramedics were attending to the man’s injuries.

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Witnesses told police the assault occurred during an argument, and had involved the victim and two men in the parking lot of a coffee shop on Holland Street East.

According to police, when a passerby approached the suspects they ran off.

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Police are now searching for two men in connection with the alleged assault.

The first suspect is described as a man, approximately five-feet-nine-inches tall with a thin build. He has blond hair and was seen wearing a light blue jumpsuit.

Police say the second suspect also has a thin build and was seen wearing a black tank top, blue denim shorts and was possibly wearing a baseball hat.

According to police, the 38-year-old victim from Bradford was transported to hospital to be treated for serious but non-life-threatening injuries.

Officers are asking anyone with information to contact the South Simcoe Police at 905-775-3311 or 705-436-2141. Information can also be provided anonymously to Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477).

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