Gang member Louis Browning's dangerous accomplices still on the loose
The police have issued an appeal for two dangerous men who took part in a vicious attack involving a shotgun.
Louis Browning, 25, along with two accomplices who have not yet been identified, tortured a man in his 30s in Vickers Close, Wallington, in the early hours of the morning on March 12.
The gang hit the man with a shotgun, stabbed him in the legs, stole his keys, mobile phone and left him naked from the waist down.
Louis Browning, a subordinate member of the gang, was the only one caught and was sentenced to 12 years in prison at Croydon Crown Court on Friday.
The court heard how Browning was eager to please the ring-leader by increasing the level of violence and harm he inflicted on their victim.
At one point he even sliced into his victim’s face to torment him further.
Detective Inspector Sarah Rees, of Sutton police, said: "Our investigation into this vicious and unprovoked assault is very much continuing.
"We know that Browning was one of three men who carried out the attack. The other two men are clearly very dangerous individuals - because of the seriousness of the injuries they inflicted.
"They are still at large and we want to ask for the public’s help to bring them to justice before they commit another serious assault on another innocent victim.
"If you saw the attack or if you have any information about the other two men involved, please come forward."
Call Sutton Police Station on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
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