Road in Kempston cordoned off after fight

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Halsey Road in Kempston was cordoned off on Friday after two men got into a fight.

Police were called to a home there at around 1:30pm on 10 April to find a man had been hit in the face with what is believed to be a metal pole.

He was taken to hospital with a suspected broken nose.

Police say they’re talking to a suspect, known to the victim, and enquiries are ongoing.

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