A MASS brawl involving weapons left four members of the public with injuries after it broke out next to Nandos.

Shortly before 8pm on Sunday, August 1, two groups of people started fighting near Nandos on Slough High Street.

Police said several people involved in the fight had weapons, which were used and left four members of the public sustaining injuries.

Three members of the public suffered injuries that required hospital treatment.

They were taken to Wexham Park Hospital and Northwick Park Hospital for medical treatment. All of them are aged between 23 and 47.

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Officers would like to speak to anyone who might have information on any of the four offenders.

The first person is described as a man with short dark hair. He was wearing a dark blue, long-sleeved top, blue jeans and dark trainers with a white sole.

The second person is described as a man with short dark hair, a stocky build and was wearing a white short-sleeved t-shirt, blue jeans and trainers.

The third offender is described as a man with short dark hair. He was wearing a black t-shirt, blue jeans, a blue gilet and black shoes or trainers.

The fourth offender is described as a woman with dark hair which she had tied back.

She was wearing a white three-quarter length top and white cropped bottoms with flip flops.

The group were seen getting into a light blue Ford Focus and driving away from the scene in the direction of Yew Tree Road in Slough.

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Investigating officer Detective Constable Lyndsey Shaw of Slough CID said: “Thames Valley Police takes incidents of public violence and disorder very seriously.

“Sadly, as a result of the actions of this group of individuals, members of the public sustained injuries which required medical treatment in some cases.

“Thames Valley Police will act to ensure those involved are caught and prosecuted.

“If you have any information which could help or you witnessed the incident, please contact us by calling 101 and quoting reference number 43210343242 or you can make a report online.

“Alternatively, you can contact the independent charity Crimestoppers 100% anonymously on 0800 555 111 and via their website.”