Three men wanted in connection with brutal Hornchurch pub attack
- Credit: Met Police
Three men are wanted for questioning by police in connection with a brutal unprovoked attack outside a pub.
On Wednesday, February 22, a fight broke out in JJ Moons pub in High Street, Hornchurch, at around 10.30pm, where three men all aged in their twenties were attacked by a group of three males.
The attack spilled out into the High Road which left one victim with a broken jaw.
DC Phil Stokes from Romford CID said: “This was a nasty, unprovoked attack which left one of the victim’s with injuries requiring immediate surgery. “The level of violence used was shocking.”
The other two males sustained injuries but did not require hospital treatment.
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Police have released images of the three men being sought in connection with the assault.
One man, reference 244745, is wearing a dark hooded top, blue jeans and dark shoes, the second reference 244747 is wearing a cream long sleeved top, blue jeans, and has white shoes/trainers.
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And the third, reference 244749, is wearing a white long sleeved shirt blue jeans and white trainers.
DC Stokes continued: “I urge anyone with information to come forward.”
No arrests have been made. Enquiries are ongoing.
Call police with information on 101 or anonymously via Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.