Man results to ASSAULT after he lost a game of football to a child
An 11-year-old boy was assaulted and injured by a man after he beat him in a game of football in Camberley last Wednesday (30 July).
The boy, who was playing the game with two other friends at Hamesmoor Park, near Mytchett Primary School, required treatment in hospital the next day.
Two men, believed to be 18 and 19, are reported to have asked to join the boys around 11:25am, became annoyed after it became clear that they were losing and one of them pushed the child to the ground.
The suspect is believed to be white, around 19 years of age, 5,7” and of a big build with straight black hair and a short beard covering the sides of his face. He was wearing blue jeans, a grey, blue and pink patterned t-shirt and yellow, blue and grey shoes.
Detective Constable Nell Rodriguez, who’s investigating the case, said “This 11-year-old boy has suffered a serious injury after what started off as a friendly game of football. As well as identifying the suspect, I would also like to speak to a male by the name of Ryan who was believed to be in the park at the time.”
Anyone who can be of help is asked to contact Surrey Police on 101: Quote crime reference number 45140063987. Those who’d sooner remain anonymous can call the independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.