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- 14 August 2021 - 14:32
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Detectives are appealing for information following an assault in Liverpool City Centre in the early hours of this morning, Saturday, 14 August 21.
Just after 1am, emergency services were called to Bold Street reports that a man was unconscious on the floor on Bold Street near to Central Station. Officers raced to the scene and gave first aid until paramedics attended.
The 24-year-old man, who comes from Northern Ireland, was taken to hospital where he is being treated for serious head injuries and his condition is currently described as critical but stable. It is believed that the victim was walking down Bold Street towards Hanover Street with three friends when they were assaulted.
A full investigation has been launched and enquiries are ongoing to trace the offenders involved.
Police are particularly keen to speak to any taxi drivers from the nearby Hackney cab rank on Hanover Street, in case they have vital dashcam footage.
Detective Chief Inspector Paul Parry, said: “The 24-year-old victim was visiting the city with family and we are working to establish exactly what has happened so that we can find those responsible. Forensic examinations are currently ongoing at the scene and we will be reviewing CCTV from the area, but I would also like to appeal to anyone who was in the area and has any information, or mobile phone/dashcam footage that may be able to assist our investigation to come forward. We appeal to anyone who has information to come forward as soon as possible. If you're a driver who was in the area of Hanover Street at the time of the incident at around 1am- let us know if you have dashcam footage which could help further our investigation."
Drivers can upload dashcam footage to be viewed by police via the NICE website: 14082021
Anyone who can assist the investigation is asked to DM @MerPolCC or message Merseyside Police Contact Centre on Facebook, quoting reference 0058 of 14 August. You can also pass information anonymously via Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111, or contact them via their online form at: ..
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