Police search for man connected with Harpenden assault
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An image has been released of a man believed to be connected with an assault on a Harpenden man in his 50s.
The assault, which happened following a parking dispute, took place near Barclays Bank on the High Street at around 12.30pm on Sunday July 6.
The man assaulted was left with injuries to his nose and eyes.
Police would like to speak with the man pictured, as they believe he could help with their enquiries.
PC Sally Brown, said: “If anyone recognises him, or has any information about the incident, I would urge then to get in touch.”
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If you can help, PC Brown can be contacted on the non-emergency number 101.
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