Police have released an image of a male following an assault in Altrincham.
The incident happened at around 9.20pm on Saturday 15 May 2021 when police were called to reports of an assault at One Central Bar on One Central Way.
The victim, a 49 year old man, had an altercation with another man who came to sit at his table. The victim was punched a number of times to the head and face causing minor injuries which did not require hospital treatment.
No arrests have been made and officers continue to investigate the incident.
An image was released by police of a man they would like to speak to in connection with the assault and a watch that was found at the scene which they believe could belong to the offender.
Neighbourhood Policing Officer Grace Tarver, Of GMP’s Trafford district, said: “This was a completely unnecessary assault on an innocent member of the public and we will not stand for such behaviour in our communities.
“Officers have carried out a number of enquiries, and as part of these we are releasing an image of a man we would like to speak to and have also located a watch which we believe may belong to the offender.
“If anyone in the local area has any information about the individual pictured, or was present at the time of the assault and has information that could assist our investigation, please get in touch has soon as possible.”
Anyone with information can contact police on 0161 856 7507 , quoting incident number 1740 of 16/05/2021
Alternatively, contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 .
Three males in a purple Ford Fiesta stole a mountain bike from a 14 year old boy in Colne around 4pm yesterday (16th February).
The boy was with his friends when the men got out of the vehicle wearing balaclavas and threatened them with a knife.
The victim’s mother said “These scumbags, threatend to stab my son and his friends before beating one of the boys. I’m absolutely fuming, who the hell do they think they are. Let’s catch the nasty horrible individuals”
The incident comes days after a purple Ford Fiesta with three males approached a man in Dunham, Altrincham and produced a knife.
At approximately 12.30am on Sunday 25 January, a grey VW GTI, registration WV70 YUT was stolen from Welman Way in Altrincham. After thieves had broken into the house.
The thieves also stole a grey Calibre triple B pro mountain bike. The bike is new and part of a limited edition collection.
The vehicle was spotted on CCTV on Golf Road next to Altrincham Football Club at 00:35. Two males, one pushing a bike believed to the one stolen were also seen on the footage.
A car seat from the stolen car was later found in the bushes at the end of Golf Street.
The owner of the vehicle posted details of the theft onto the Wythenshawe Stolen Vehicle’s & Surrounding Area’s Facebook page and wrote “Police wondered if they’d replaced the reg plates before departing but they were only parked for two minutes and as we found our kids car seat in the bushes I suspect they stopped to dump what they didn’t want.
It’s quite distinctive with original tartan seats and red trim.”