THREE good samaritans who took a man to hospital after he was stabbed and hit with a bottle, are asked to come forward to help police with their investigations. 

The victims mobile phone was stolen in Reading town centre, after he was attacked by a group of men with a glass bottle.

He suffered stab wounds to his neck and hands.

The two attackers were both described as black men and they were in a group of four men, in total. 

The people pictured in the CCTV image kindly helped the victim by taking him to the Royal Berkshire Hospital in Reading, after the incident on Sunday, September 1.

Thames Valley Police is looking for the three people in the CCTV image who could help their investigation as the man cannot remember where the attack took place.

Investigating officer Detective Constable Yong Chung of Force CID based at Reading police station, said: “I would like to stress from the outset, that the three people in this CCTV image are not suspects in this incident.

“They all came to the aid of the victim, taking him to the Royal Berkshire Hospital, from where, members of staff alerted police.

“I wish to identify and speak to these three people, as their swift actions helped the victim in taking him to the hospital.

“I believe the people in these images will be able to assist our investigation, enabling us to ascertain further details of what happened. “If you are any of the people in this image, or you recognise any of them, please call the 24-hour non-emergency number 101, quoting reference number 43190270378.

“I would like to re-iterate, those pictured in this image are not suspects, but were Good Samaritans who came to the victim’s aid.

“The details of the location of this assault are still unknown, so I am also re-appealing to anybody who believes they may have witnessed an altercation in Reading on Sunday involving the young man, who is an Asian male, and a group of up to four men, to contact us.”