AN investigation has been launched into an attack at a pub during Stourport Carnival which left a man and woman injured.

Emergency services were called to Ye Olde Crown Inn pub in Bridge Street at around 7.20pm on Saturday, September 7 to reports of an assault.

A man suffered multiple injuries to his face and a woman was left with injuries to her head.

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A spokesman for West Midlands Ambulance Service, which was called to the scene by police at 7.23pm, said: "We were called by police to a report of an assault at Ye Olde Crown Inn pub in Bridge Street, Stourport.

"One ambulance attended and on arrival discovered one patient - a man - who was treated for multiple injuries which are not believed to be life threatening and taken to hospital for further assessment."

A witness described seeing five police cars at the scene and reports on social media said a man was glassed.

West Mercia Police has today launched an appeal for witnesses and said the attack happened during a fight involving multiple people inside the pub.

A police spokesman said: "Kidderminster CID are appealing for anyone who was in the pub at the time and witnessed this incident to get in touch with them.

"Enquiries are ongoing and anyone with information is asked to call police on 101, quoting incident 704s of September 7.

"Alternatively, the independent charity Crimestoppers can be contacted anonymously on 0800 555 111."