Man’s ankle broken during attack in takeaway during Leeds West Indian Carnival

The men wanted over the assault.

The men wanted over the assault.

A man had his ankle broken in a “sustained and unprovoked attack” in a takeaway during the Leeds West Indian Carnival.

The 46-year-old, from Leeds, also suffered facial injuries when he was assaulted by two men in the incident in the Dutch Pot on Chapeltown Road at about 9.25pm on Sunday.

Det Con Lee Swift, of Leeds District CID, said: “This was a sustained and unprovoked attack in which the victim was repeatedly punched and kicked leaving him with serious injuries.

“The annual carnival was underway in the area and the takeaway was busy at the time. I would appeal for anyone who recognises the suspects shown in the CCTV to contact us.”

Call Det Con Swift at Elland Road police stationvia 101 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.


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