A man required hospital treatment after being attacked with a baseball bat and a knife on Friday night (May 19), according to police.
Police said the man was stabbed during a dispute outside Copthorne village store in Copthorne at 7.30pm.
Between five and eight men were involved in the disorder which started outside the store in Copthorne Bank, according to a police spokesman.
The spokesman said: “The 38-year-old victim was attacked with a baseball bat and a knife and suffered wounds to his leg.
“He was then chased towards the Prince Albert pub along the road before the men left in a black Audi 4 x 4.
“The man was treated at the East Surrey Hospital, Redhill, for his wounds which were not life threatening.”
Detective Constable Andy Robinson said: “We would like to hear from anyone who was in the area and saw this disturbance which spilled out along Copthorne Bank.”
Anyone with information is asked to email email@example.com or report online quoting serial 1287 of 19/05.