A woman and man were assaulted after they challenged two men who they felt were being rude to the staff.
We understand that a young man with ginger hair may have witnessed the argument and assault and we are appealing for him to come forward.
He would have been out in Wolverhampton on Boxing Day night and he may hold vital information that could help our investigations.
Detectives are appealing for a ginger haired man who may have witnessed a disorder in a Wolverhampton takeaway at Christmas to come forward.
Officers investigating the assault, which took place at Dixy Chicken on Broad Street in the early hours of 27 December, have arrested and bailed a 30-year-old and 23-year-old man.
And now they need witnesses to come forward to aid them with their investigations.
Four men have admitted taking part in a mass attack at a Leicester restaurant.
It brings to 11 the total who have pleaded guilty to the attack on the Moghul Durbar restaurant in East Park Road on January 14 last year. Seven have already been jailed for two years each.
Another six men have been charged with conspiracy to commit violent disorder, and are currently awaiting trial.
The latest guilty pleas were entered at a hearing at Nottingham Crown Court on Friday (February 7).
A teenager needed stitches in his ear after he was punched in the face and attacked with a pool cue in a Walsall club.
The 19-year-old was assaulted in Samras on Caldmore Green in the early hours of Saturday 7 September.
West Midlands Police have released images of two people they want to trace in connection with what happened.
Investigating officer, DC Narinder Sandhu, said: "The CCTV cameras in the club show two men who I am very keen to identify."
"The young man suffered a large cut to his ear which resulted in him spending the night in hospital and requiring a number of stitches."
"Were you in the club that night and saw what happened? Do you recognise either of these two men? If so, I want to hear from you."
A memorial service has been held for a man from Nottinghamshire who was killed last month in an Algerian terror attack.
Sebastian John's former head teacher, Chris Brown, described him as "warm and very supportive".
A memorial service has been held for a man who lived in Nottingham who was killed during the Algerian hostage crisis last month.
Sebastian John, 26, lived with his wife and 7-month-old baby and was a graduate of Loughborough University.
The service took place at Norwich Cathedral - the city where Sebastian went to school.
The Foreign Office today confirmed that a civil engineer from Nottingham was among those killed by Islamist militants during a hostage crisis at a gas plant in Algeria last week.
Sebastian John is one of six Britons thought to have died when the Algerian army moved in to end the crisis on Saturday.
37 workers from eight countries died in total.
Callum Watkinson reports.
A man from Nottingham who has been killed in the Algerian terror attack has been described as a "fantastic student" by the University he graduated from.
Sebastian John graduated from Loughborough University in 2009 with a Masters degree in civil engineering.
We are deeply saddened by the tragic death of Sebastian. He was a fantastic student and will be greatly missed by all those who knew him at the University. Our thoughts are with his family and friends at this very difficult time.
Tributes are being paid to the Nottinghamshire man who was killed in the Algerian terror attack.
Sebastian John was among what is believed to be six UK nationals killed at the In Amenas plant siege.
He was Vice Chairman of the Institute of Civil Engineers (ICE) Graduates and Students Committee and worked for as an engineer for a company in Solihull.
Today tributes were paid to a 'talented young civil engineer' whose 'passion for his work and young family shone through in all that he did'.
“We were extremely shocked and saddened to hear that Sebastian John, a valued and respected civil engineer and member of our Institution, has lost his life during the Algerian hostage attack. Our thoughts are with his family, friends and colleagues during this very difficult time.”
“Sebastian was a talented young civil engineer with the world at his feet. His mild mannered, supportive nature made him a pleasure to be around and his commitment and passion for his work and his young family shone through in all that he did.
"It was an absolute honour and a pleasure to have him as my apprentice last year and I know he will be greatly missed by all. I join everyone in mourning with Sebastian's family and friends for the tragic loss of a great young man and civil engineer."
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