Family terrorised as teen punched in face, parents attacked and car window smashed

A teenager was punched in the face and his parents attacked outside a Walsall pub. Their car was also rammed and had its window smashed with a knife as violence flared outside the Sir Robert Peel at around 1.35am on Sunday, January 5. No arrests have been made following the trouble outside the Bell Lane-based property but enquires are continuing. Images of four men officers would like to trace have been released. A spokesman added: “Do you know who any of these men are? “We are investigating an assault outside the Sir Robert Peel pub on Bell Lane in the Bloxwich area of Walsall just after 1.35am on Sunday 5 January. “A 17-year-old boy was approached and punched in the face before his parents were also assaulted. They later had their car rammed and a window smashed with a knife. “Enquiries continue and anyone with information is urged to contact us via Live Chat at west-midlands.police.uk between 8am and midnight, or call 101 anytime. “Crimestoppers can be contacted anonymously ..

A teenager was punched in the face and his parents attacked outside a Walsall pub.

Their car was also rammed and had its window smashed with a knife as violence flared outside the Sir Robert Peel at around 1.35am on Sunday, January 5.

No arrests have been made following the trouble outside the Bell Lane-based property but enquires are continuing.

Images of four men officers would like to trace have been released.

A spokesman added: “Do you know who any of these men are?

“We are investigating an assault outside the Sir Robert Peel pub on Bell Lane in the Bloxwich area of Walsall just after 1.35am on Sunday 5 January.

“A 17-year-old boy was approached and punched in the face before his parents were also assaulted. They later had their car rammed and a window smashed with a knife.

“Enquiries continue and anyone with information is urged to contact us via Live Chat at west-midlands.police.uk between 8am and midnight, or call 101 anytime.

“Crimestoppers can be contacted anonymously on 0800 555 111. Please quote crime references 20WS/3615C/20, 20WS/3609L/20 or 20WS/3613W/20.”

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