Images released after man punched unconscious at NSW train station

Police have released CCTV images of two men they believe can assist with their investigations after a man was brutally assaulted at a south-western Sydney railway station yesterday morning.

About 6.20am, a 53-year-old man got off a train at Leumeah Railway Station when he was approached by another man who had been on the same train.

Police have been told the man was verbally abused before being punched unconscious to the ground.


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He was rushed to Campbelltown Hospital.

Officers investigating the assault and are seeking to identify two men they believe can assist with inquiries.

CCTV images depict the first man as being of Caucasian appearance, about 170-175cm tall with a thin build and brown hair worn in a pony tail. He is wearing a grey hooded jacket and black pants.

PHOTO: NSW Police

PHOTO: NSW Police

The second man is depicted as being of Caucasian appearance, about 170-175cm tall with a thin build and blond hair. He is wearing a green hooded jacket and blue jeans.

PHOTO: NSW Police

PHOTO: NSW Police

Police are appealing for those men or anyone who knows their identity to come forward.

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