Man suffers life-changing injuries after being set on fire as cops release image of person on electric scooter | The Sun
COPS have released CCTV after a man was set on fire in Birmingham.
The "shocking attack" happened shortly after 9.20am last Tuesday, near the intersection of Hockley Hill and Boulton Middleway.
The man, aged in his 30s, is in a stable condition in hospital after suffering what police said were potentially life-changing injuries to his face and hands.
The man, who is believed to be homeless, had bedding set alight and then piled on top of him,
Officers have issued an image of a man who was riding on an electric scooter in the area at the time.
A police statement appealing for witnesses and information said: "We know this image isn't very clear, and we are working to find further CCTV opportunities, but we hope that this image may prompt someone to come forward with information.
"The man is described as white, 5ft 5in, and wearing a white vest, white hoodie, black gloves, grey jogging bottoms, black shoes and wearing chains."
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