Suspect named after Convamore Road attack

Suspect named after Convamore Road attack

Suspect named after Convamore Road attack

A 22-year-old suspect has been named by Humberside Police following a violent armed attack on a Grimsby man in his own home.

The incident took place at around 4am on Wednesday 22 July, at an address on Convamore Road, following a violent robbery at a property on St James Square the same morning.

Reece Davis, 22, is alleged to have entered the property, before assaulting another man using a weapon.

The victim has been left with facial injuries.

The full extent of his injuries and his condition is not known.

Davis, of Grays Court, Grimsby is due to appear in Grimsby Magistrates Court today.

He has been charged with burglary using violence, wounding with intent and criminal damage.

Davis was found and arrested after police searched the area, when it was found that he had also been involved in an earlier robbery.

A statement released by Humberside Police reads:

“The charges come after two incidents in the early hours of Wednesday 22 July.

“It was reported to us that alcohol had been stolen from a premises in St James Square, Grimsby at approximately 2.30am and violence was used to do so.

“That same morning, after 4am, a man suffered facial injuries in an assault at an address on Convamore Road, Grimsby, where a weapon was used.

“Damage was also caused to a parked vehicle on the same street shortly after.”

This is not his first offence, and Davis has previously spent time in a young offenders institute.

He remains in police custody while the investigation continues, Humberside Police have confirmed.

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