A man suffered a number of injuries in a homophobic attack at a pub.
It happened in the bar area of the Black Horse at Wigginton at around 9.55pm on Friday 4 August.
It was reported that homophobic language was used before and during the assault by the suspects, a man and a woman.
The victim suffered injuries to his body, legs and hands. He reported the incident to the police on Monday 7 August.
A North Yorkshire Police spokesperson said: “As part of ongoing enquiries including reviewing CCTV from within the pub, we are appealing for information about the full verbal exchange that occurred between the parties and any physical altercations that may have been witnessed.”
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