Detectives investigating an altercation in which several vehicles had been damaged, and two young-men attended hospital in Holme Lacy Road, Hereford are keen to speak to two witnesses of the incident.

Officers are keen to identify two men that visited the Cooperative store on Holme Lacey Road between 8-8.15pm. 

The two white men are believed to be in their mid-to-late 30s and were the driver and passenger of navy blue VW Tiguan with roof bars. We are hopeful that they may have videoed some of the altercation.

Detective Sergeant Jim Moore said: “We are trying to trace the two men who were in the car park of the Co-op in Holme Lacey Road between 8 – 8.15pm.

“It’s important to stress we do not believe these men were involved in the incident in any way and they are not suspected of any wrongdoing but we believe they may have witnessed the altercation and we wish to speak to them in case they saw or heard anything that may assist with the investigation.

Detectives can be contacted through 101 quoting incident 643i of 27 March or via or report the information online under the Tell Us About section of the West Mercia Police website

Five arrests have been made in connection with the altercation on the 27 March. The individuals are currently all on bail.