Residents assaulted in two disturbances in Huddersfield

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Police are appealing for information to try and trace three men suspected of causing two disturbances in which residents were assaulted in Huddersfield.

The Huddersfield Suspect Management Unit would like to speak to anyone who witnessed or has information about the incidents which took place in the early hours of Sunday, April 28.

In the first incident two white men and a black man, were reported to have shouted at two men and two women (all aged in their 20s) outside the Cherry Tree Pub, on John William Street at about 3.30am

The group then assaulted one of the men and one of the women, causing some facial injuries.

Shortly afterwards two white men and a black man were reported to be causing a disturbance outside the McDonalds restaurant in the town centre.

Several people passing by, also aged in their early 20s, were assaulted by the group, suffering bruising and cuts.

Officers have spoken to several complainants and are asking for anyone who may have witnessed what took place or have information to come forwards.

Anyone who can help identify the three suspects or has information is asked to contact PC Andy Booth at the Huddersfield Suspect Management Unit (SMU) on 101 or CrimeStoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111.