Axe gang storm Indian takeaway before attacking a man and holding weapon to his throat

Terrifying second axe gang storm an Indian takeaway earlier than attacking a person, 19 – holding their weapon to his throat earlier than repeatedly punching him

  • Male suspect noticed assaulting a 19-year-old in a street rage assault
  • Minutes later the person storms inside Palash Balti restaurant in Wolverhampton
  • Threatens a person pinned in opposition to a wall with an axe however walks away
  • West Midlands Police launch footage in hope of details about suspect

That is the terrifying second an armed gang stormed into an Indian takeaway earlier than attacking a youngster with an axe.

Police had been known as after three thugs burst into the Palash Balti restaurant on Birmingham New Street in Wolverhampton at round 6pm on September 4.

They held an axe to a 19-year-old man’s throat and punched him repeatedly earlier than escaping from the scene in a black Renault Clio.

Ten minutes earlier, the suspect sporting a baseball cap and checked jacket assaulted the teenager in a vicious street rage assault exterior the restaurant.

At this time West Midlands Police launched a brief clip displaying a number of the assault, which was filmed by an onlooker, in a bid to trace down the suspects.

The footage exhibits certainly one of males elevating the axe above his head within the kitchen space of the restaurant whereas holding an unidentified man in opposition to a wall.

Police had been known as after three thugs burst into the Palash Balti restaurant on Birmingham New Street in Wolverhampton at round 6pm on September 4

One man held an axe to a 19-year-old man’s throat and punched him repeatedly before escaping from the scene in a black Renault Clio

One man held an axe to a 19-year-old man’s throat and punched him repeatedly earlier than escaping from the scene in a black Renault Clio

The suspect seems to be able to assault him with the weapon however as a substitute lowers it, earlier than finally strolling away from his terrified sufferer.

The drive has urged anybody who recognises the lads to get involved by way of Reside Chat at www.west-midlands.police.uk – between 8am – midnight or by calling 101.

Alternatively, contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 quoting incident quantity 20WV/210555C/19.

West Midlands Police has urged anyone who recognises the men to get in touch

West Midlands Police has urged anybody who recognises the lads to get in contact