Merseyside Police are appealing for help to identify the ‘Good Samaritan’ who assisted a man after he was assaulted in Wirral.
Officers were called to Plymyard Fields, Eastham at around 9.20pm on Monday 24th June following reports that a man, who had been walking at the time, had been approached by a number of men, who reportedly got out a black car, before attacking him.
The victim is believed to have been struck around head with a blunt instrument and stabbed twice in both shins. The offenders have then made off.
Luckily a passing motorist stopped and helped the man, ringing his brother who collected the victim and took him home.
A statement from Merseyside Police says: “Unfortunately the victim didn’t get the details of the motorist who helped him and now we’d like to track him/her down in case they can help with our continued investigations. Was this you? If so, please get in touch @MerPolCC or by calling 101 quoting: 19100333335.”