A MAN has been hospitalised after an attack in a Bracknell park.

The incident happened at about 3.10pm on Wednesday (November 15) when the victim, a man aged in his fifties, was walking through Winscombe Park in Great Hollands.

As he walked along the footpath near the play area, two males on electric scrambler bikes drove towards him.

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One of the offenders punched him as he passed, causing the victim to fall to the floor and sustain a badly fractured arm and swelling to his face.

An altercation between the victim and two males, believed to be the same offenders, occurred at approximately 6pm the previous evening (November 14) outside the William Twigg public house.

The offenders are both described as 'white men, aged in their early twenties'.

They were wearing black face masks and dressed in black clothing. They spoke with local accents.

The victim was taken to hospital for treatment, where he remains at this time.

Case investigator Victoria Burgess, based at Loddon Valley police station, said: “I am appealing to anybody who witnessed this assault, which appears to have been unprovoked, to please get in touch with Thames Valley Police.

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“I would also be keen to hear from anybody who witnessed the altercation on the previous evening at the William Twigg public house."

To report information to police about the incident, quote reference number 43230514060.