Kent Police appeal for witnesses to Dartford nightclub disturbance

PUBLISHED: 12:55 29 November 2017

Officers are appealing for witnesses to a nightclub disturbance in Dartford. Picture: Met Police

Officers are appealing for witnesses to a nightclub disturbance in Dartford. Picture: Met Police


Witnesses to a nightclub disturbance are being sought by Kent Police.

Officers were called at 1.10am on Saturday, November 25 to reports of an incident at Air and Breathe nightclub, Essex Road, Dartford.

Upon arrival, they found three people with non-life-threatening injuries who required hospital treatment.

Three men were arrested: a 24-year-old, from Essex, on suspicion of assault; a 34-year-old, from Deptford, on suspicion of causing an affray; and a 19-year-old, from Erith, on suspicion of actual bodily harm.

The men have been released under investigation and inquiries into the circumstances around the incident are ongoing.

Officers are keen to speak to anyone who witnessed the incident, but has not yet come forward.

If you have information to share, you can call Kent Police’s appeals line on 01474 366149, or Kent Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111, quoting crime reference XY/062138/17.


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