Police are continuing to search for witnesses following a violent incident in Hereford over the weekend.

West Mercia Police officers were called to Holme Lacy Road in Hereford on Saturday evening, following reports of a violent incident involving several people. Local residents reported seeing men with baseball bats and several damaged cars.

West Mercia Police issued the following statement in relation to the incident:

Officers who attended an incident on the Holme Lacy Road in Hereford in which three vehicles were damaged and two young-men went to hospital are asking the public if they have any dash-cam, doorbell, CCTV or mobile footage of the incident.

Detective Sergeant James Moore said: ‚ÄúAt around 8.15pm last night (Saturday 27 March) we attended an incident in which three vehicles had been damaged, and two young men attended hospital. One with hand injuries and one with an injury to his ear. The injuries are not thought to be life threatening at this time.”

He continued: ‚ÄúAs part of the investigation we‚Äôre eager to hear from anyone that was travelling along this route that may have dash-cam footage of the incident, or who may have CCTV, doorbell or mobile phone footage of the incident.‚ÄĚ

Please get in touch with us with any information by calling 101 or via our website quoting incident number 643i of 27 March. You can also give details without giving your name by calling the independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 or by visiting their website.

As a result of the investigation Holme Lacy Road was closed for several hours, it has now been reopened.

One man, aged 17, from Hereford was arrested during our investigations in to the incident.