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Monday, 21 November 2011

POLICE are investigating whether a gang was behind a bloody attack with baseball bats and metal poles that left six men in hospital.


10:22 |


It is believed the victims were leaving the Alibaba Karaoke bar, in Railway Pde, Glen Waverley, about 3am yesterday when they were approached by up to 10 armed men, their faces covered.

Acting Sergeant Alex Goodman said a brawl erupted in front of patrons and security staff.

Six men were taken to hospital with head injuries, ranging from minor to serious.

A Scoresby man, 23, was treated for cuts to the head at The Alfred hospital; a Wheelers Hill man, 26, was taken to the Dandenong Hospital with an elbow injury. An Endeavour Hills man, 26, a Glen Waverley man, 19, a Wheelers Hill man, 18, and a Scoresby man, 20, were taken to the Monash Medical Centre.

Sgt Goodman said several witnesses had been spoken to and police were reviewing CCTV footage.


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