Headingley St Anne's Road police incident: One arrested and one in hospital after vehicle attacked with baseball bats in serious assault

One person has been arrested and one person is in hospital after a serious assault involving baseball bats in the Headingley area of Leeds.

Sunday, 6th June 2021, 6:22 pm
Updated Sunday, 6th June 2021, 6:24 pm
St Anne's Road, Headingley (photo: Tony Johnson)

Police were called just before midnight on Saturday night to reports of three people who were believed to be attacking a vehicle with baseball bats.

At least one person was injured and is currently being treated in hospital.

Police are investigating the incident as a serious assault at this stage and have arrested at least one person.

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Evidence markers were put on the pavement (photo: Tony Johnson)

A police cordon was in place with evidence markers on the pavement until at least Sunday afternoon.

A spokesperson for West Yorkshire Police said: "Police were called to St Anne's Road in Headingley just before midnight last night (Saturday).

"There were reports to police of three suspects believed to be with baseball bats attacking a vehicle.

"At least one injured party is being treated at hospital for injuries.

"At least one person has been arrested and police are investigating this as a serious assault at this stage."