Man assaulted in the beer garden of The Kings Ransom Pub in Sale Police release CCTV images

Officers investigating the assault of a man in Trafford have released CCTV images.


At around 9.30pm on Sunday 7 April 2019, a man in his 30s was seriously assaulted as he sat in the beer garden of The King’s Ransom pub on Britannia Road, Sale.

While he was drinking with his friend, a group of men entered the beer garden and were described as being rowdy.

It’s been reported that before long, they assaulted a man, at which point the man in his 30s tried to defuse the situation. This is the point he was stabbed in the head, with what is believed to be a pen knife.

He was taken to hospital with a fractured skull but has since been discharged from hospital.

Since the time of the offence, officers have been trawling CCTV, speaking to witnesses and trying to identify the other person who was assaulted but have not yet been successful in their efforts.

Officers are now turning to the public for their help and have released two images of men they want to speak to in connection with the assault.

Detective Constable Steven Gardner of GMP’s Trafford District, said: “The speed this situation escalated and the fact those responsible were equipped with a weapon is nothing short of frightening.

“I appreciate you may not be able to cast your mind back to April but please take a look at the images we’ve released and get in touch with us if you recognise the men pictured or have any information whatsoever about the incident itself.

“Although he’s recovering at home, the lasting effects this is having may stay with him for some time. His speech, coordination and confidence have been greatly affected. In what he thought was going to be an enjoyable night drinking with his friend turned into one of the worst nights of his life.

“It’s so important that we find who is responsible for this and make sure that they can no longer go on with their lives oblivious to the physical and psychological pain they have caused.”

Anyone with information should contact police on 0161 856 7752 quoting incident number 275 of 12/04/19 or the independent charity Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111.


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