Hurt by fight in­ter­ven­tion

Western Suburbs Weekly - - Western Opinion -

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.

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