Appeal for information about man’s unexplained injuries

16:25 06 July 2012

The girl was assaulted in St Chad

The girl was assaulted in St Chad's Park


A 40-year-old man is unable to remember what led to him being found collapsed outside Marks and Spencers in Gravesend with significant injuries to his pelvis.

The man, who is local to the area, was initially treated by ambulance and taken to Darent Valley Hospital to be treated for his injuries.

Officers spoke to the man who is unable to remember anything about how he became injured.

Investigating officer Detective Sergeant John Ralph said: ‘It is vital we find out what happened to this man for him to have such significant injuries to his pelvis. His family are also obviously concerned and want answers. We ask anyone who may have seen anything or have any information to contact us.’

If anyone has any information regarding this matter that took place on May 10 contact DS John Ralph at North Division Police Station on 01474 366045. Alternatively contact Kent Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.


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