Mohammed Bourner Mohammed Bourner remains in a critical condition in hospital
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Police are revisiting the scene of an attack in East Sussex in which a 15-year-old boy was critically injured.
Mohammed Bourner had been to a beach party in Glyne Gap before he was punched in De La Warr Parade, Bexhill, just before midnight last Friday.
He remains in a critical condition with a serious head injury at Hurstwood Park Neurological Centre in Haywards Heath.
Detectives will be in the area of the attack between 23:00 GMT on Friday and 01:00 GMT on Saturday.
Life support machine
Det Ch Insp Nick Sloan, from the Surrey and Sussex Police major crime team, said: "We will be in Del La Warr Promenade and down at Glyne Gap in order to speak to anyone in the area who may have been there at the same time last week and have not yet come forward."
Police officers have also been distributing appeal posters throughout Bexhill.
Mohammed, known to his friends as Mo, is on a life support machine.
He had been on the seafront with three friends when he was punched by a man.
A 20-year-old man, arrested on Monday afternoon, has been released on bail until 19 December.