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Norwich man charged with attempted murder

Detectives investigating a serious assault in Norwich on Sunday (13 June 2021) have charged an 18-year-old man with attempted murder.

Officers were called to St Andrews Street just after 5pm following reports a man in his 30s had been assaulted by another man.

The victim suffered serious head injuries and was taken to the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital for treatment before being transferred to Addenbrooke’s, where he remains in a stable condition.

Enquiries led officers to arrest a man in Dereham Road, Norwich, shortly after midnight on Monday (14 June 2021). The suspect was taken to Wymondham Police Investigation Centre for questioning and later charged in connection with the incident.

Michael Maylen, of Music House Lane, Norwich, was remanded in police custody and appeared before Norwich Magistrates Court this morning via video link where he was further remanded in custody to appear before Norwich Crown Court on 13 July.

13/06/21 | 22:10

Norwich serious assault appeal

Police are appealing for witnesses following a serious assault in Norwich this evening (Sunday 13 June 2021).

Officers were called just before 5pm to St Andrews Street following reports that a man aged in his 30s had been seriously assaulted by a man.

The victim suffered serious face and head injuries and was initially taken to the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital. He has since been transferred to Addenbrookes, where he remains in a critical condition.

Police have cordoned off an area in St Andrews Street while enquiries take place to establish the exact circumstances surrounding the incident, and whether the people involved are known to each other.

Officers are keen to hear from anybody who may have seen anything or witnessed any suspicious activity in the area. Anyone with information should contact DC Katy Pointer in Norwich CID on 101, quoting incident number 326 of today’s date (Sunday 13 June 2021).

Alternatively, they can call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.