Family of acid attack victim Wayne Ingold left devastated

Wayne Ingold has suffered 'life-changing' injuries to his face and hands

Wayne Ingold has suffered 'life-changing' injuries to his face and hands

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The family of a man who had acid thrown in his face in a case of mistaken identity have been left devastated.

Wayne Ingold, 56, was collecting his post from the communal entrance at flats in Bramble Road, Witham when he was attacked.

Mr Ingold, who was not the intended target, suffered what police have called life-changing injuries to his face and hands.

Son James, 29, said: “The family are in pieces at the moment.”

See this week's Braintree and Witham Times for the full story.

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9:01am Thu 14 Aug 14

Bhudeeka says...

absolutely dreadful my heart goes out to Mr. Ingold and his family what a terrible thing to suffer I dobut they will ever catch this sick idiiot let alone give it a good sentence - do to it what it did to this poor poor man xxx
absolutely dreadful my heart goes out to Mr. Ingold and his family what a terrible thing to suffer I dobut they will ever catch this sick idiiot let alone give it a good sentence - do to it what it did to this poor poor man xxx Bhudeeka
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