Did you see attack from the Home Plus car park?
POLICE are stepping up the hunt for two men who attacked a teenager in Beaver Road during the evening of December 1.
They have issued a description of the men they are seeking following the assault hoping that witnesses will come forward.
At 7.30pm the 16-year-old was waiting in Beaver Road, close to the alleyway that leads to Victoria Park, when two men crossed the road and punched him.
Another man parked in the Home Plus car park, and believed to be driving a black estate car, shouted at the attackers who made off in the direction of the station.
Police are keen to speak to him and anyone else who might have information about the incident.
The offenders are both described as white, aged 23-24.
One was about 5ft 9in, of broad build, with blonde, short spiked hair, wearing black trousers, navy blue/grey and white striped coat and white trousers. He spoke with a deep voice and had a stud in one ear.
The other was just over 6ft, of thin build with short, black spiked hair, wearing a grey hooded top, black trousers, white trainers and possibly black gloves.
Anyone with information should contact South Kent police on 01303 289180 or call the Crimestoppers Hotline on 0800 555000.