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Assault - Johns Rd, Chch


Location: Johns Rd, Christchurch
District: Canterbury

Assault

Short description: Assault

Full description:
On Sunday 6 January 2013 at about 7.45pm a 37 year old male was the victim of a 'Road-Rage' physical assault on Johns Road, Harewood on the city side of the road near the Sawyers Arms Road roundabout.

The driver of a blue Isuzu Bighorn truck left the victim with significant head injuries that required hospital treatment.

The victim parked his Green Toyota Granvia Stationwagon car behind the Isuzu Bighorn and the assault occurred on the roadside near the rear of the Bighorn vehicle.

The offender is described as a male of Indian or Fijian Indian decent aged in his early to mid 20s. About 186cm tall (6'1") and well built (about 100kgs)

If anyone has information about who this person is, or witnessed the assault please contact Detective Sergeant Mark Worner of the Christchurch Police Metro Crime Squad on Phone 363-7996 DDI.


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