Police release e-fit of Winwick Road attack man

An e-fit of the suspect

An e-fit of the suspect

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POLICE are hunting for this man in connection with an assault on Winwick Road that left a 54-year-old man with injuries to his face.

The e-fit has been released by officers, who are appealing for witnesses to the attack at 6.30pm on Monday, January 28.

The victim was approached by another man who punched him in the face before running off.

He was left with minor facial injuries.

The man is described as white, about 30-years-old with a stocky build.

He had short hair and a tattoo on his neck.

He was wearing a black t-shirt, blue jeans and white trainers.

He spoke with a Warrington accent.

Anyone with any information can call Cheshire Police on 101 quoting incident number 755 of January 28.

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4:02pm Tue 12 Feb 13

Mr Andrew Mackie says...

It is not safe to walk the street anytime of day in Warrington now. It is getting like Liverpool and Manchester. If the Police stop focusing on figures and in stead focussed there resources on seriousness they might catch these thugs. And Judge Judy hasn't got a clue whats serious and whats not serious. The only consistent thing about the kangeroo courts is all the inconsistency.
It is not safe to walk the street anytime of day in Warrington now. It is getting like Liverpool and Manchester. If the Police stop focusing on figures and in stead focussed there resources on seriousness they might catch these thugs. And Judge Judy hasn't got a clue whats serious and whats not serious. The only consistent thing about the kangeroo courts is all the inconsistency. Mr Andrew Mackie
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9:33pm Tue 12 Feb 13

Cleopatra says...

What has Judge Judy got to do with it?
What has Judge Judy got to do with it? Cleopatra
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12:23pm Wed 13 Feb 13

andreask says...

Nothing!
Nothing! andreask
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1:19pm Wed 13 Feb 13

old-codger says...

Mr Andrew Mackie is the founding member of the Warrington PC brigade,
He is of the mind that all villains should be called Mister or Sir, The police focus on figures is down to the government not the courts or the police,
Kangaroo courts are in Australia :) and Judge Judy is in America :) so neither has anything to do with Warrington or Cheshire police..
Furthermore Liverpool is safer than either Warrington or Manchester..
Mr Andrew Mackie is the founding member of the Warrington PC brigade, He is of the mind that all villains should be called Mister or Sir, The police focus on figures is down to the government not the courts or the police, Kangaroo courts are in Australia :) and Judge Judy is in America :) so neither has anything to do with Warrington or Cheshire police.. Furthermore Liverpool is safer than either Warrington or Manchester.. old-codger
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3:11pm Wed 13 Feb 13

JoeyLad says...

old-codger wrote:
Mr Andrew Mackie is the founding member of the Warrington PC brigade,
He is of the mind that all villains should be called Mister or Sir, The police focus on figures is down to the government not the courts or the police,
Kangaroo courts are in Australia :) and Judge Judy is in America :) so neither has anything to do with Warrington or Cheshire police..
Furthermore Liverpool is safer than either Warrington or Manchester..
Liverpool isn't safer than Warrington. Not by a long shot!
[quote][p][bold]old-codger[/bold] wrote: Mr Andrew Mackie is the founding member of the Warrington PC brigade, He is of the mind that all villains should be called Mister or Sir, The police focus on figures is down to the government not the courts or the police, Kangaroo courts are in Australia :) and Judge Judy is in America :) so neither has anything to do with Warrington or Cheshire police.. Furthermore Liverpool is safer than either Warrington or Manchester..[/p][/quote]Liverpool isn't safer than Warrington. Not by a long shot! JoeyLad
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7:21pm Wed 13 Feb 13

old-codger says...

I have not witnessed any violence on the streets of liverpool for a long time,
Every time I go to Warrington I see it all the time,
I feel safer walking the streets of liverpool on a Saturday night.
I have not witnessed any violence on the streets of liverpool for a long time, Every time I go to Warrington I see it all the time, I feel safer walking the streets of liverpool on a Saturday night. old-codger
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8:35pm Wed 13 Feb 13

JoeyLad says...

old-codger wrote:
I have not witnessed any violence on the streets of liverpool for a long time,
Every time I go to Warrington I see it all the time,
I feel safer walking the streets of liverpool on a Saturday night.
Just because you feel safe doesn't mean it is safe. Based on its gun crime alone it's more dangerous.
[quote][p][bold]old-codger[/bold] wrote: I have not witnessed any violence on the streets of liverpool for a long time, Every time I go to Warrington I see it all the time, I feel safer walking the streets of liverpool on a Saturday night.[/p][/quote]Just because you feel safe doesn't mean it is safe. Based on its gun crime alone it's more dangerous. JoeyLad
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