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Disabled RAF veteran punched out of mobility scooter and stamped on because thug tripped over his dogA vile thug punched a disabled RAF veteran out of his mobility scooter and then stamped on him as he lay on the floor all his d香港2020六开彩14期走势图 og accidentally tripped the brute up. Police have launched a manhunt to catch the savage attacked after 52-year-old Richard Sandon was battered and left with a broken arm, fractured ribs, bruised kidneys and horrific bruises. Mr Sandon, who needs a scooter to get around, was travelling along a towpath in Peterborough on Friday when he saw another man approaching. He moved out of the way but his dog crossed the path and the suspect tripped on the lead. Despite Mr Sandon apologising, he was punched in the face and knocked out of his scooter. The man then punched and stamped on him as he lay on the ground. Cambridgeshire Police have released a picture of Mr Sandon in his hospital bed in order to highlight the attack, which happened at ab

out 7.30pm near the bridge at Railworld. The dog, a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel named

Blue, was also kicked but not seriously hurt. Savage: RAF veteran Rich

ard Sandon was left in a serious condition (Image: Cambridgeshire Police/PA) Mr Sandon said: I cannot unders

tand what sort of person would attack me and my dog Blue in this way. I am a disabled man who is o

bviously unable to defend myself. Blue is deaf and wears a high-visibility coat which states this. Neither of us were a threat to this man

. I hope he is caught so he cannot do this to anyone else. Mr Sandon retired from the RAF after 17 years of service after being shot in the leg while in South America. After Fridays attack, he was treated for a broken arm, fractured ribs,

bruised kidneys and has various bruises around his face and body. Detective Constable Vicky Speirs said: Mr Sandon tried to explain that his dog was deaf while apologi

sing but the man launched a vicious and cowardly attack. It was an appalling and unprovoked assault on a victim who couldnt defend himself. Im confident there would have been others using the footpath at the time and may have seen this m

an. The attacker, who made off after the incident, was described as wearing a peaked black beanie hat with a red, yellow and green band around it. He was black, slim, about 6ft 2in, in his late 20s or early 30s, and wearing

a military-style green khaki three-quarter-length jacket, jeans and white boot-type trainers. Anyone with information should call Detective Constable Speirs on 101 or Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555111.

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