Posted: Wed 7th Jan 2015

Buckley: Police charge man with wounding following violent attack at the Tivoli Nightclub

News and Info from Deeside, Flintshire, North Wales
This article is old - Published: Wednesday, Jan 7th, 2015

North Wales Police have charged a 31 year old man with wounding following the assault of two men in The Tivoli Nightclub, Buckley in the early hours of Saturday morning January 3. 

Detectives are still keen to speak to anybody who was in the Tivoli Nightclub on Friday night into Saturday morning. 

Det Sgt Dave Tierney said ,

‘We are continuing to analyse CCTV footage and speak to witnesses and are confident that we will identify those involved.  There are two further men that we wish to speak to in relation to these assaults and we would urge them to make contact with North Wales Police as soon as possible. 

Police say it was a particularly violent assault and the victims continue to receive treatment for their injuries.’  Anybody with information should contact Mold CID on 101 quoting RC15001217 or alternatively individuals can contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

 

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