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New image released of Cheltenham High Street attack

Police investigating an assault in Cheltenham town centre have issued a CCTV image of two more men they would like to speak to.

The assault took place outside John Lewis on the High Street at around 4.25am on Monday July 29.

According to police the victim was punched to the floor which resulted in him sustaining facial injuries that required hospital treatment.

"A number of enquiries have taken place and we are now appealing for the public's help to identify the men pictured," said a statement from the police.

"The man whose image we issued last week has since come forward as a witness. If you recognise the men pictured or have any information about the assault please call 101 quoting incident 119 of 29 July."

Information can be also be given via an online form: https://www.gloucestershire.police.uk/contact-us/tell-us-about-something/?incident=119&date=29-07-2019 

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