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Police find out the identities of four young men who allegedly attacked several on Griffith’s main street | District News


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Police are investigating two separate attacks on Banna Avenue on Sunday morning. It is estimated that a group of four men under the age of 20 were guilty of two serious assaults in about half an hour. The first incident occurred around 1:30 a.m. on April 10 near McDonald’s Griffith. The 20-year-old man received a broken nose and several abrasions on his face. Police were not contacted at the time, and the man was taking a taxi to Griffith’s Base Hospital, where he was being treated. Half an hour later, police patrolling the area noticed the riots. Stakeholders fled the scene when police turned on the car’s lights and were not pursued. Police spoke to a 28-year-old man who suffered facial injuries. The investigation is ongoing – now police are appealing to the public for information about the four men allegedly involved. They are described as “island” and in their early 20s, but currently no additional information. READ MORE In another case, a barn in Pioneer, which was converted into living quarters, caught fire in an unknown way. A resident of the barn tried to extinguish the fire with a garden hose, but to no avail, police and the NSW fire and rescue service arrived at the scene. Firefighters put out the fire, no one was injured. Police say the fire was not suspicious. Police are still investigating the identity of the driver on April 3 – a man who was defecating on the hood of a car parked in Lowing Place. The Griffith Police Station is available at 6969 4299 and Crime Stoppers at 1800 333 000. Anonymous messages are available. Our journalists make every effort to provide local, up-to-date news to the community. Here’s how you can access our trusted content:


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