Call for witnesses to assault at Bendigo train station

POLICE are calling for witnesses to an alleged assault, where a man was repeatedly punched and kicked at Bendigo train station on 25 November last year. 

The man met with the offender, who was with a group of 10 others, at 1pm and started a conversation.

An argument developed, where one of the men punched the victim on the left side of his face, causing him to fall. 

He was then kicked around 10 times on the left side of his head.

Police have released images of a man who may be able to assist them in their enquiries.

They are also seeking information on an alleged armed robbery at a Queen Street business on September 25 last year. 

A man loitered around the shop before going inside at about 8.15pm.

He became spooked when he saw a customer and waited for them to leave before rushing toward the counter.

He pulled a large knife from his pants and ordered the staff member to empty the till, before fleeing towards Mitchell Street.

The man is described as Caucasian in appearance, with a medium build, short dark hair and was wearing a black hoodie.

Report information at www.crimestoppers.com.au or by calling 1800 333 000.

All reports are confidential.

Witnesses are asked to quote reference number CA 7115.

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