A rose seller was left with broken bones after an assault in a Birmingham nightclub.
Detectives have released images of a man they would like to speak to in connection with the robbery which took place at the O Bar in Broad Street.
The 39-year-old was selling roses inside the club when a man grabbed a handful of rose stems and tried to damage them. When the seller protested he was punched and throttled and his jacket pocket was searched in what is believed to have been an attempt to steal money.
The rose seller was left with a broken hand following the attack.
This was a nasty assault which left the victim with a significant injury to his head, no one should be subjected to violence of this nature especially at their place of work.
We would urge the public to take a look at the footage and contact us if they recognise any of the men, witnessed the incident or have any details about this new information. Any calls received will be treated in confidence.
– Detective Constable Matt England, Leicestershire Police
Leicestershire Police have released an image of a man they would like to speak with following an assault on a door supervisor outside a city centre bar.
The incident took place just after midnight on Sunday November 3 outside the Mobius Bar, Braunstone Gate, Leicester.
The victim, aged 40, was working outside the bar when he was approached by four men of Middle Eastern appearance who he refused to let into the premises.
Following an altercation three of the men assaulted the victim using a metal barrier. The victim sustained a fracture to his skull and was released from hospital on Wednesday November 6 following treatment.