Arrests after Incident on The Vale

Three men arrested after assault


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Police are appealing to anyone who was in The Vale, W3 last Saturday morning or anyone who has any information, which could help with their investigation to contact Ealing Borough Police Violent Crime Unit on 0208 246 2058 quoting Crime Reference 2514906/08 or Crimestoppers on 0800-555-111.

All information will be dealt with in the strictest confidence.


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Police were called last Saturday to The Vale, W3 at about 10:24am to reports of a disturbance involving three men.

The incident took place on the North footpath of The Vale, W3 outside Acton Park.

The suspects left the scene in a silver Vauxhall vehicle, which was last seen heading west along The Vale.

The victim, a man in his 30’s, was hit across the head with a bottle during the disturbance. Officers arriving at the scene found him in Warple Way.

He was taken to a West London Hospital by ambulance suffering from a severed artery and a deep laceration to the left side of his head. He underwent surgery and his condition is described as stable.

A number of locals reported this incident after Police cordoned off the area and an air ambulance helicopter landed nearby at the Park Club.

The three men in the silver Vauxhall vehicle, were stopped by police in Bollo Lane in the early hours of Wednesday 28th May.

The men, in their 20s, were arrested on suspicion of Grievous Bodily Harm with intent.

All three have now been bailed until 30th June pending further enquiries.




May 30, 2008