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Update: One injured in 'mystery incident'

Update: One injured in 'mystery incident'

Monday 03 June 2019

Update: One injured in 'mystery incident'

More details have been released about an incident on Saturday morning which remains under investigation by Guernsey Police.

They've now confirmed one person was assaulted and suffered facial injuries.

Seven people were arrested and have been released on police bail while enquiries continue into the incident, which has now been confirmed as including an assault and drug related offences.

A Guernsey Police spokesman said on Monday afternoon;

“Guernsey Police are continuing enquiries into an incident in the early hours of Saturday morning. Seven people have been arrested for involvement in an incident where a man was assaulted and sustained facial injuries. Hospital treatment was required, but he was released the same day.

"Some of those arrested are also under investigation for drug related offences that came to light during police action.  Everyone arrested were subsequently released on bail while police continue with their enquiries. We are not seeking any further witnesses at this time.”

Previously, Guernsey Police had said officers were made aware of the incident through a phone call made at 04:30. The roads around the scene of the incident were closed off for around three hours from 06:00 on Saturday morning with road blocks in place at the junctions of Route Militaire/Braye Road, Oatlands traffic lights and the Braye Du Valle.

Crossways Braye du Valle

Pictured: Guernsey Police closed off this junction along to Oatlands. 

In a statement given in response to questions raised by Express on Saturday afternoon, a spokesperson for Guernsey Police added:

"During the course of an investigation at a private address on Braye Road, there was a need to close the road in order to carry out a search of the roadway."

Police enquiries into the incident are ongoing. 

Pictured top: Braye Road. 

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