December 29, 2017 1.09 pm This story is over 71 months old

Four more arrested after serious Christmas Day assault in Boston

The incident happened on Christmas Day.

Four more people have been arrested following a serious assault in Boston on Christmas Day.

As previously reported, police were called to an altercation in the Brothertoft Road and Sydney Street area of Boston at around 1.40am on December 25, where a 29-year-old local man suffered a head injury.

He was taken to Queen’s Medical Centre at Nottingham and treated for his injuries.

Two men and four women all in their twenties were arrested at the time and have since been released under investigation.

Four more people have since been arrested and released while investigations continue.

A spokesperson for Lincolnshire Police said: “We are renewing our appeal for anyone with information relating to an altercation which took place in the Brothertoft Road and Sydney Street area of Boston at around 1.40am on Christmas morning.

“At the time, six local people were arrested and were questioned about the incident and released under investigation.

“We subsequently arrested a further four people who have also been released under investigation.

“We would particularly like to speak to the driver of a black vehicle (believed to be a car) which passed as the incident was on-going, and a man and woman who walked past the altercation.

“Anyone who was in the area of Brothertoft Road/Sydney Street between 1am and 1.45am on Christmas morning and saw what happened is asked to call 101 and quote incident 33 of December 25 and leave their details.”