West Yorkshire Police are making an appeal for witnesses following a severe assault incident that occurred in Huddersfield. The Kirklees Criminal Investigation Department (CID) is seeking individuals who may have witnessed or possess video footage of the assault on a man along Bradley Boulevard between 2.15pm and 2.30pm on Saturday, August 12.

The incident unfolded when two suspects approached a 30-year-old man who was seated in his vehicle on Bradley Boulevard. The assailants proceeded to attack the car using a metal bar. As a result of this assault, the victim sustained injuries and hastily departed the scene, eventually stopping a black VW at the intersection of Bradley Boulevard and Long Hill Road.

Subsequently, after the suspects struck a second car with a bat, the victim fled once again. The two men responsible for the attack then departed the area in a grey Audi.

The primary suspect was identified as a white male clad in a blue shirt, grey shorts, black gloves, and carrying a black man bag across his body. The accomplice was also a white male, sporting short hair and dressed in a grey t-shirt.

The victim was promptly taken to a hospital to receive treatment for severe yet not life-threatening head injuries.

Detectives are actively conducting several inquiries into the incident. Individuals possessing video evidence or relevant information are encouraged to get in touch with the Kirklees CID by dialling 101 and referencing the crime number 13230448864.

Additionally, information can be submitted online via the website www.westyorkshire.police.uk/101livechat, or alternatively, anonymously shared with the independent Crimestoppers charity at 0800 555 111.