Man left with broken jaw after leaving Glastonbury pub
A man was left with a broken jaw after he was attacked while walking away from a Glastonbury pub.
Police say the assault, which happened after the man left the Crown public house on High Street and turned into Northload Street, was unprovoked.
As the victim reached St John's car park, a group of men starting shouting abuse and one of them struck him in the face.
The man was taken to hospital with a broken jaw following the assault at about 2am on Sunday February 10.
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Officers would now like to speak to a man who is described as white, in his 20s around 5ft 9 inches tall and of a trim build. He was clean shaven, and had short mousey coloured hair.
They would also like to speak to a woman who may have witnessed this assault. Shortly before the incident the victim spoke to the woman who was sat on the wall outside the "Who'd a thought it" pub in Northload Street. She was on her phone saying she was cold and needed to be collected.
She is described as white, around 20 years old, of a medium height and a slim build. She had dark, straight, shoulder length hair and wore a darkish coloured dress which had circular pieces of material cut out at the waist on both sides, exposing her skin. She was not wearing a coat.
We would like to speak to anyone who was in the area at the time who may have seen these men or the assault taking place. Those with information are asked to call DS 1061Rose on 101 with any information.
Call the charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 or via www.crimestoppers-uk.org.