A BRAWL erupted outside a town centre pub after two young men went on an aggressive rampage. 

At around 12.30am on Saturday, October 21 two men were seen kicking a man as he lay on the floor outside the Broad Street Tavern. 

A group of four bystanders attempted to diffuse the situation only for the offenders to turn on them.

The two men, thought to be in their twenties, gave their victims bruises, bloody noses and black eyes. 

Police believe the attackers may have been part of a wider group who were involved in a conflict before these incidents. 

The first victim fled the scene after being assaulted, and is described as being in his late teens to early twenties.

The second victim was a man in his early forties, and he sustained an injury to his ear. 

The third victim, a man in his late thirties, received bruising to his elbows, as well as cuts and grazes to his arms, wrists and palms. 

The fourth victim, a man in his late forties, sustained a large amount of bruising under his left eye and a bloody nose. 

The final victim is a man of approximately 50 years of age who has not yet been identified and the full extent of his injuries is unknown. He is thought to have suffered a bleeding nose and cuts to the head. 

The first offender is described as being a white man, approximately 5ft 10in tall, in his late teens to early twenties, with light blonde or browne hair, and was of a slim, athletic build. He was wearing a white t-shirt. 

The second offender is of a similar age, also approximately 5ft 10in, with black hair that was short on the sides and long on top. He was also of a slim build, wearing a dark coloured Puffa style waist-length jacket.

Investigating officer, PC Ross Kowald based at Loddon Valley police station, said: “I would like to speak to anyone who witnessed these incidents or has any information relating to them.

“We believe that the offenders could have been part of a wider group who were fighting prior to these assaults taking place.

“Members of the public can expect to see extra police patrols in the Broad Street area while our investigation takes place.

“Anyone with any information relating to these incidents is asked to call the Thames Valley Police non-emergency number on 101, quoting reference 43170312775. Alternatively you can contact Crimestoppers anonymously by calling 0800 555 111.”