Man ‘brutally’ battered and abducted right in Toby Carvery car park

A man was kicked and punched by five men in a shocking assault in a Toby Carvery car park in south Liverpool.

The brutal attack happened when the victim was sat in the back of a blue Ford Tourneo vehicle at about 5pm on Sunday, at the Speke Boulevard restaurant.

An eyewitness described the distressing attack where the victim was bungled into the back of a Toyota car before it drove off.

He told The Liverpool Echo : “The victim was in the back of mini-cab in the car park. I saw one man climb into the back of the mini-cab and attack him. Another man joined in.

"A Toyota then pulled up and more men got out and attacked the victim. They all piled in and managed to drag him out of the mini-cab and throw him on the floor of the car park.

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"I heard the attackers yelling something at him about a stolen bike or something.

"It was a brutal attack.

"That car park is covered in CCTV and the attackers did not have masks on. There were plenty of witnesses too."

All the violence took place outside of the restaurant.

Police confirmed they were investigating an assault in the Toby Carvery car park on Sunday afternoon.

Officers said the man who was attacked was later found safe and well with his family. He declined to discuss the matter with police.

A spokesman said: "We are appealing for information after a man was assaulted in a car park in Speke on Sunday (8 March).

"It was reported just after 5pm that a man had been pulled from a private hire vehicle, a blue Ford Tourneo,

in the car park of Toby Carvery, on Speke Boulevard, before a group of five males started kicking him.

"He was then taken into another vehicle, a grey Toyota Avenis, which was driven away.

"One of the offenders was described as white, in his early 20s, and wearing a grey/white hooded top, grey gym shorts and grey sports socks.

"Another of the offenders was described as white, in his 30s or 40s, with close-cut hair and was wearing a black North Face gilet, blue jeans and a long-sleeve black t-shirt or jumper.

"Officers attended and the 22-year-old victim was located safe and well with family at a property in Liverpool.

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"He has declined to co-operate with police at this time, and enquiries into the exact circumstances of the incident and who is responsible are ongoing."

Anyone with information should contact Merseyside Police social media desk via Twitter @MerPolCC or Facebook ‘Merseyside Police Contact Centre’.

Anyone with information can call 101 quoting incident reference 20000148097 or contact the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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