Penwortham police appeal for help in identifying two men in connection with a violent assault in Papa John’s last month

Detectives have released images captured on CCTV of two men connected with a violent assault on a man in a Papa John's restaurant in April.

Wednesday, 8th May 2019, 4:42 pm
Updated Wednesday, 8th May 2019, 5:42 pm
Police have appealed for help identifying these two men in connection with the assault in Penwortham.

Lancashire police have appealed to the public for help identifying two men they believe are connected with an attack last month that left a Penwortham man with a broken leg.

At around 12:10 am on Sunday, April 28, a man in his 20s was brutally attacked as he walked away from Papa John's on Liverpool Road.

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The first man that police want in connection with the assault.

Police initially appealed for information about the attack last month, and officers are now keen to identify these men, pictured, in connection with the attack.

Det Con Dominic Webster, of Lancashire Police, said: “Do you recognise these men? We want to speak to them after a man was attacked in Penwortham."

He assured the public that: “any information provided to police will be treated in the strictest confidence.”

Anybody with information can contact police on (01257) 246173 or email, quoting log number 0016 of April 28.

The second man that police want to identify in connection with the assualt.
Papa Johns, Penwortham.