Man sought in connection with assault outside the Clothiers Arms

Stroud News and Journal: Police want to speak to this man in connection with an assault outside the Clothiers Arms in July Police want to speak to this man in connection with an assault outside the Clothiers Arms in July

A MAN is being sought in connection with an assault outside a pub in Stroud.

The incident happened outside the Clothiers Arms on Bath Road at around 2pm on Saturday, July 28.

Two men were assaulted during the incident including a 46-year-old from Stroud who sustained serious head injuries.

A 35-year-old man from Gwent was arrested and charged with common assault and has been bailed to appear at Stroud Magistrates’ Court on September 3.

police want to speak to another man who was caught on CCTV in the area, in connection with the serious assault.

He is described as white, in his 40s, of large build with short greying hair. 

He was wearing blue jeans, a white t-shirt and white trainers and is suspected to be from either Newport or Cardiff.

Anyone who recognises the man should call police on 101 quoting incident 265 of July 28.

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3:06pm Fri 31 Aug 12

valleys4life says...

"He is described as a white, in his 40s, of large build with short greying hair."

"a white"?! I'm pretty sure that's racist description right there. I hope for your sake Hayley, this story hasn't already been published in the weekly paper!

But besides this poor journalists error, what an idiot. You'd think people at his age would be wiser than to go round beating people up. So sad.
"He is described as a white, in his 40s, of large build with short greying hair." "a white"?! I'm pretty sure that's racist description right there. I hope for your sake Hayley, this story hasn't already been published in the weekly paper! But besides this poor journalists error, what an idiot. You'd think people at his age would be wiser than to go round beating people up. So sad. valleys4life
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