CCTV appeal after assault at Harpenden bar

PUBLISHED: 16:00 13 August 2018

Do you recognise this man? Picture: Herts police

Do you recognise this man? Picture: Herts police

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Do you know this man?

Herts police would like to speak to him after someone was hit over the head with a glass bottle in Harpenden.

The victim, a 22-year-old man, was left with a cut and swelling on his head.

It happened between 1.15am and 1.30am on August 4 at the Slug and Lettuce on the High Street.

Three men in their 20s were arrested in connection with the incident but have been released while enquiries continue.

Investigating Det Con Ayodeji Afolabi said: “We believe that the man pictured may have been in the area at the time and could have information that will help the investigation.

“I appreciate the images are not of the highest quality, but if you recognise this man by his facial hair or top, please do get in touch.”

Anyone with information should contact police on 101, or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111. The crime reference is 41/24076/18.

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