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Police issue CCTV image over assault in city pub
9:30am Saturday 15th September 2012 in News
POLICE want to speak to these people after three pub-goers were assaulted following a disturbance at the Half Moon pub in St Clement’s Street, Oxford.
The attack happened on Sunday, August 26, after four loud people entered the pub while live music was being played.
They were asked to calm down by staff but continued and were then asked to leave.
Police said two people in the group, a man and a woman, became aggressive and a fight broke out, in which three people were assaulted.
A 38-year-old man suffered a broken cheekbone after he was punched and a 25-year-old woman, a member of staff at the pub, was assaulted but not injured.
Thames Valley Police released the CCTV images yesterday. The man is described as being Afro-Caribbean, stocky build, about 5ft 2ins tall, and in his mid-40s.
He was wearing a dark jacket, white T-shirt, and beige trousers.
The woman was white, in her late 20s, slim, about 5ft 2ins tall, with shoulder length blonde hair.
She was wearing pink or orange trousers with a white jacket and was holding a tan handbag.
Anyone with information should call police on 101.
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