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Serious assault at Henley Beach

Posted on 26/07/2018

This is the likeness of a man wanted for a serious assault at Henley Beach in June.

Just before 6.30pm on Sunday 10 June, a 35-year-old male victim was with three friends leaving a licensed premises at Henley Square, when they got into a dark coloured SUV believing the car was a ride share vehicle they had requested.

The SUV driver started to drive in the wrong direction, and when this was pointed out the male driver of the car stopped and pulled into a car-park in Henley Square.

The four people got out of the car, when the driver assaulted the 35-year-old man by punching him in the face, breaking his jaw.

The victim was taken to the Royal Adelaide Hospital for surgery that saw a titanium plate fitted in his broken jaw.

The man is described as Mediterranean appearance about 35-45 years-old, about 170cms tall with a solid build and short shaved to balding dark hair. The car he was driving was a black SUV with black and gold personalised number plates.

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