Dog walker beaten up in quiet village after ‘gesturing for car to slow down’

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A dog walker has been attacked by two men after a row with them about how fast they were driving along a village road.

The two men drove past the 47-year-old victim on Dunton Road, Dunton, in their black Toyota Hilux.

But when the dog walker gestured at the car to slow down, the pair stopped the car and attacked him.

He suffered bruising to his torso and legs and minor bruising to his face and neck.

It happened around 4.20pm on Tuesday and police are appealing for witnesses.

The first offender is white, roughly 5 ft 5 ins, aged in his late 30s.

The second offender is white, roughly 5 ft 6ins, aged in his late 60s. He was wearing a red long sleeved top and jacket.

Call 101 if you have information about the incident.

Alternatively, conatact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.