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25-year-old man fighting for his life after brutal assault

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A 25-year-old man remains in a critical condition after suffering a fractured skull and bleeding on the brain during a serious assault in Sydney’s CBD.

Police from Sydney City Police Area Command responded to calls around 2:10am on Monday 23 May 2022 regarding an altercation on the corner of George and Liverpool Streets between the 25-year-old man and six men not known to him. After the incident, the six men fled in a blue Holden Commodore, driving north along Kent Street.

All men are described as being of Indian Sub-Continental appearance with police releasing images of the six men of interest:

  • The first man is described as being 180cm to 185cm tall, of solid build, with facial hair and short black hair. He is depicted wearing a blue puffer jacket and a blue and red ‘Ellesse’ branded shirt and jeans
  • The second man is described as being 180cm to 185cm tall, of solid build, with facial hair and short black hair. He is depicted wearing a light-coloured hoodie jumper and dark track pants
  • The third man is described as being 170cm to 175cm tall, of medium build, with clean-cut facial hair and short black hair. He has a rear neck tattoo. He is depicted wearing jeans, a light-coloured shirt with a light coloured ‘Puma’ branded puffer jacket.
  • The fourth man is described as being 170cm to 175cm tall, of average build, with facial hair and short black hair combed to one side. He is depicted wearing track pants, black sandals, and a light-coloured zip jumper.
  • The fifth man is described as being 170cm to 175cm tall, of average build, with facial hair and short black hair. He is depicted wearing light-coloured track pants, black thongs, and a hoodie.
  • The sixth man is described as being 170cm to 175cm tall, of small build, with short black hair. He is depicted wearing a dark puffer jacket and light jeans

Police are appealing for public assistance as they continue to investigate the serious assault with Strike Force Stockdale established to investigate the circumstances surrounding the incident.

Anyone who may have information or dashcam/mobile phone footage from the area is urged to contact Sydney City Police Area Command or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

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