Detectives bid to solve two assaults and robbery in Boston

DETECTIVES are appealing for help to solve two assaults and a ‘nasty’ robbery in Boston.

Officers at Boston CID are looking to solve three old cases, dating back over the past year.

l The first offence is described by officers as a ‘nasty assault’, which took place on November 26 last year.

A man was arrested for the attack, on the manager of Boston Kebab, and he was charged with assault with a view to a trial at court.

Dc Sue-Ellen Wilson said: “I have been trying to make contact with a group of youths that was in the shop at the time and would have seen what happened, along with an elderly female.”

l The second appeal relates to a ‘nasty’ robbery at Eptons employment agency in Brothertoft Road.

That took place on December 17 at about 8pm when two armed men entered the property and stole cash from the safe - tying up the owner.

Police say the offenders are still at large and want to hear from any witnesses.

l Detectives also want to trace anyone who saw an assault in the Freiston Road and Elizabeth Road area in Boston on June 16 this year.

The incident took place at about 3.30am that day.

A young man was robbed and, after managing to get away, he was attacked again and assaulted.

Five youths, who are aged 15, 16, 16, 17 and 19, were arrested in connection with the attack and are on bail until November 2.

Anyone with information about any of the above incidents should contact Boston Police Station on 101 and ask for Dc Wilson.