Hurt by fight intervention
POLICE say two men were fighting when they pushed a third man and injured him on Stirling Highway, Claremont, about 12.45am on August 10.
Detective-Senior Constable Terry Gilmore said the victim approached the men to calm them down and was pushed forcefully against a wall, hitting his head and knocking him unconscious. He was taken by ambulance to hospital and later released.
A man in his mid-20s who was fighting was described as lightskinned, 180cm tall with medium build, dark short hair and wearing a black leather jacket, white collared shirt, brown-grey “skinny” trousers and brown-grey shoes. The second man was in his mid-20s, tanned, 182cm tall with a slim build, dark black, short hair, wearing a blue suittype jacket, blue collared button-up shirt, brown trousers and shoes.
The men police want to speak to about an incident on Stirling Highway.