Appeal for help after assault
Police in Manchester are seeking a man believed to be from the northeast in relation to a serious assault on a father and son after a rock concert in the English city.
The pair had been at an AC/DC performance at Etihad Stadium on June 9 last year when the attack took place.
Police say the 21-yearold son had been admiring a limousine in the car park outside the venue just after the gig had finished at around 11.30pm when four men stepped out of the vehicle and knocked him unconscious.
The victim's father tried to intervene, but was also attacked and left with a fractured jaw and eye socket.
Both men, from Cheshire, were taken to hospital following the attack.
Officers have now released a picture of a man they wish to speak to regarding the incident, who is believed to be from Peterhead.
Detective constable Chris Chadderton said: “We are keen to speak to the man pictured and are urging anyone who recognises him to please call police.
“If you think you know him, or have any information about him then please call police.
“We are also keen to hear from anyone who may have witnessed the attack and would also urge you to contact us.
“Even if it is a small piece of information, it could help us with our investigation."
Anyone with information is urged to phone the police on 101, or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 if you wish to remain anonymous.
The photo of the man