Axe gang storm Indian takeaway before attacking a man

Axe gang storm Indian takeaway before attacking a man

Terrifying moment axe gang storm an Indian takeaway before attacking a man, 19 – holding their weapon to his throat before repeatedly punching him

  • Male suspect spotted assaulting a 19-year-old in a road rage attack
  • Minutes later the man storms inside Palash Balti restaurant in Wolverhampton
  • Threatens a man pinned against a wall with an axe but walks away
  • West Midlands Police release footage in hope of information about suspect

This is the terrifying moment an armed gang stormed into an Indian takeaway before attacking a teenager with an axe.

Police were called after three thugs burst into the Palash Balti restaurant on Birmingham New Road in Wolverhampton at around 6pm on September 4.

They held an axe to a 19-year-old man’s throat and punched him repeatedly before escaping from the scene in a black Renault Clio.

Ten minutes earlier, the suspect wearing a baseball cap and checked jacket assaulted the teen in a vicious road rage attack outside the restaurant.

Today West Midlands Police released a short clip showing some of the assault, which was filmed by an onlooker, in a bid to track down the suspects.

The footage shows one of men raising the axe above his head in the kitchen area of the restaurant while holding an unidentified man against a wall.

Police were called after three thugs burst into the Palash Balti restaurant on Birmingham New Road in Wolverhampton at around 6pm on September 4

One man held an axe to a 19-year-old man’s throat and punched him repeatedly before escaping from the scene in a black Renault Clio

The suspect looks ready to attack him with the weapon but instead lowers it, before eventually walking away from his terrified victim.

The force has urged anyone who recognises the men to get in contact via Live Chat at www.west-midlands.police.uk – between 8am – midnight or by calling 101.

Alternatively, contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 quoting incident number 20WV/210555C/19.

West Midlands Police has urged anyone who recognises the men to get in touch

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