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Ipswich: Town striker rebailed following alleged assault

16:27 16 January 2013

ITFC striker Paul Taylor has been rebailed until March 1

ITFC striker Paul Taylor has been rebailed until March 1

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IPSWICH Town striker Paul Taylor has been rebailed after being arrested on suspicion of attacking bar staff at a town centre pub.

Two members of staff were left with broken bones after the alleged incident at the Robert Ransomes pub at around 12.15am on October 16.

Taylor and a 24-year-old woman from Liverpool were arrested following the alleged assault at the pub in Tower Street. They were then released on bail pending further inquiries and due to return to police on January 16.

Taylor and the woman have now been rebailed until March 1.

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