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Police have released E-fits of two men they want to speak to in connection with an assault which took place in Milton Keynes.
On Saturday 30 January at 10.30pm, an assault took place in The Nags Head, High Street, Great Linford.
A group of men and women had been in the pub and one of the men had been very loud and causing a disruption. He was asked to leave by staff and retaliated by smashing a glass on the table and assaulting the victim with the broken glass and a bar stool. The victim sustained facial injuries, which required medical treatment.
A second man, part of the same group was also seen to assault the victim, by punching him.
As the first man was ejected from the pub he picked up a large ashtray and threw it through the window.
The main offender (pictured above) is white, aged in his twenties, slim, 5ft 8ins, with a round-shaped face and a shaven head with ginger stubble. He had a pale complexion and a tattoo on both arms with written text on and three five-pointed stars on his chest, each within a circle. All the tattoos were in black ink and he is possibly called Matt.
The second offender (pictures below) is white, aged in his twenties, stocky, 5ft 10ins, with a large round-shaped face and a shaven head with dark-coloured stubble. He has a distinctive flattened nose and a one inch thick scar on the right side of his head, above the ear towards the back of his head.
Police are appealing for anyone who recognises the two men pictured in the E-fits to contact them as would like to speak to them in connection with the assault.
Anyone who witnessed the incident or has any information should contact PC Keith Fetherston at Milton Keynes police station on 0845 8 505 505 or call the Crimestoppers charity anonymously on 0800 555 111.