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28 October 2014, 11:15 | Updated: 28 October 2014, 11:36
Police continuing to investigate an alleged serious sexual assault in Bristol back in August have released a second CCTV video of a man, which shows three other people they wish to speak to.
Despite a previous appeal through social media and You Tube, detectives have yet to identify a man pictured on the original CCTV.
The alleged attack on a 20-year-old woman took place outside Irving House, off Park Row at about 1.15am on Sunday, 17th August.
Acting Detective Sergeant Matt Brain, of Operation Bluestone based in Bristol, said:
''This new footage is from a CCTV camera inside Brown's Bar and Brasserie in Queen’s Road and the images were captured a few minutes before midnight on Saturday 16 August.
''The man we would like to speak to about the assault is wearing a dark coloured shirt and he comes into the bar with a second man, wearing a white t-shirt, and two women.
''Clearly these three witnesses may be able to help us identify the man we want to trace, so I would urge them to come forward as soon as possible.
''We are following up all possible lines of enquiry in this case and are continuing to support the victim following her ordeal.''
Anyone who can help is asked to contact Operation Bluestone team via the 24-hour non-emergency number, 101 and quote ref 84551/14.
You can view the previous CCTV footage here