A man was attacked as he walked through a crowded pub in Bury.
At around 10.45pm on Saturday 21 November 2015, a 47-year-old man was making his way through the bar area of Molloy’s on Silver Street towards the toilet, when he was punched a number of times by a man.
After the offender was restrained by a number of customers, he was eventually thrown out by door staff.
Greater Manchester Police have issued the picture of a man they would like to speak to in connection with the incident.
Detective Constable Gordon Milne said: “It seems the victim was attacked because someone took offence at him trying to squeeze by people in a very busy pub”.
The police believe there would have been a number of people inside the pub who witnessed the assault – hence their appeal for witnesses, or anyone who recognises the man in the image, to come forward.