Woman has car stopped by man 'covered in blood'

By Kate Lally

People in Crosby say their cars were stopped by a man "covered in blood" as they drove home last night.

One woman said she was on her way home from work yesterday (Thursday) when a man stood in front of her car, giving her "no option" but to stop.

Writing on Facebook, another woman said: "There were two of them, one on the pavement. It looked like they had been fighting.

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"The injured man was swaying and he had marks on his face.

"Two more cars stopped and then there was more fighting."

A third wrote: "A lad went passed us covered in blood"

Merseyside Police confirmed it is investigating the incident.

A police spokeswoman told the ECHO : "We were called at around 9.10pm last night (Thursday) to reports of a domestic disturbance involving two males in the area of Moor Lane/Forefield Lane in Crosby.

"One male in his 30s was taken to hospital with a facial injury.

"Enquiries into the incident remain ongoing.

Anyone with information is asked to DM @MerPolCC on Twitter or call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 quoting reference 21000697720.

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