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Teenager hospitalised after Dereham assault

PUBLISHED: 18:03 09 August 2017

East of England Ambulance Service.

 Picture: James Bass

East of England Ambulance Service. Picture: James Bass

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A teenager has been hospitalised after being assaulted in Dereham.

Police were called to Moorgate Road at 7.15pm on Tuesday, August 8, after receiving reports that an assault had taken place.

An ambulance crew arrived at around 9pm, and took a man, who is believed to be in his teens, to hospital.

He is being treated for head and shoulder injuries, which are not believed to be life-threatening.

A man in his 20s from Dereham has been arrested on suspicion of assault.

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