Man needed plastic surgery after bar attack in Selby
One of two men attacked in Selby was so badly injured he needed plastic surgery to his face.
What police are describing as a ‘serious assault’ happened around 11.30pm on Friday 1 October at The Finkle Bar on Finkle Street.
Two men in their 30s were attacked by two other men on the first floor of the venue.
The first man suffered significant bruising to his face and attended hospital for his injuries.
He required plastic surgery to his left eyelid and further stitches in his face.
The second man has suffered cracked ribs and significant pain around his face. Both are recovering following hospital treatment.
A North Yorkshire Police spokesperson said: “We are requesting the public’s assistance to help establish the identities of two men we believe may have information about the attack.”
One man was white with dark hair, close-shaven on the sides. He was of muscular build and approximately in his late twenties.
He was wearing a black T-shirt with distinctive orange and blue squares on the back with a pattern on each square.
On the front left of the T-shirt, there was a square image of piano keys and writing on the right.
The second man is white, clean shaven with brown hair. He appeared to be wearing a khaki coloured zip up jacket with a dark coloured hoodie underneath.
Anyone with information that could assist the investigation should contact North Yorkshire Police.
How to help the police
- Call North Yorkshire Police on 101, select option 2 and ask for PC Emily Blackwell
- Email PC Blackwell here
- Contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 or via the website
- Quote reference number 12210213376