Bath: Unprovoked Car Park Attack

18 March 2015, 11:17 | Updated: 18 March 2015, 11:26

Bath Police say a young man and woman were followed and assaulted in an 'unprovoked attack' in a car park. It left the man with a double fracture of the jaw.

It happened in the Homebase car park in Pines Way in the early hours of Saturday February 14th.

The young man and woman were assaulted by three people, two men and a woman, who followed them from Green Park station. 

The man who was attacked was wearing a green hoodie, black jeans and a light green beanie hat. The woman with him was wearing a black coat, jeans, a rainbow-coloured scarf and carrying a green and pink checked backpack.

The injured man reported the incident to police the following day and went to the RUH, where he was admitted for surgery.

One of the male attackers was white, in his 20s, around 5ft 8ins tall with short dark hair, athletic build with broad shoulders, wearing a red plaid jacket or shirt.

The second man was white, in his 20s , 5ft 7ins tall, wearing a bright turquoise or royal blue jacket and plain trousers. 

One of these was also thought to have the word ‘REEM’ across front of his top.

The woman with them was white, in her early 20s, 5ft 5ins tall, of medium build, with long dark straight hair worn loose, wearing a dark leather-style jacket which was zipped up.

Police want anyone who knows anything to call them on 101 - quoting crime reference number 17202/15.