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Man repeatedly kicked in the head outside Luton pub

Police are hoping these men will be able to help their investigation. Credit: Bedfordshire Police

Police have released CCTV images of two people they think might be able to tell them more about an attack in Luton which left a man with life-threatening injuries.

The incident happened outside The White House pub in St George's Square on on Sunday 21 May.

The victim was punched to the floor and repeatedly kicked in the head following an argument between a group of men.

This was a very nasty assault which has left the victim in a critical condition following a series of strikes to his head.

I am really keen to hear from anyone who was in the area at the time who witnessed the assault or anyone who can help us identify the men in the CCTV. If you have any information help our investigation then please do get in touch.

– Detective Inspector Andy Southam, Bedfordshire Police

Peace vigil in Luton shows solidarity with Manchester terror victims

People have gathered in the centre of Luton for this evening's peace vigil in solidarity with the victims of Manchester's terror attack.

The Bedfordshire town was among a number a places around the region to organise events to show support for the city where 22 people - including a number of children - were killed at a music concert last night.

People attending the vigil in Luton this evening. Credit: ITV News Anglia.

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Police forces from eastern region react to Manchester terror attack

Eastern region's police forces show support to emergency services in Manchester Credit: PA

Police forces from the eastern region have been showing their support in the wake of the Manchester terror attack which has left 22 people dead and 59 others injured.

An explosion happened outside the Manchester Arena at the end of a pop concert by American singer Ariana Grande.

An emergency telephone number for people worried about friends or relatives has been released.

0161 856 9400

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