Did you see assault at city pizza outlet?

The Oxford Times: CCTV of the man police want to speak to CCTV of the man police want to speak to

POLICE have released a CCTV image of a man connected to an assault in Park End Street.

Shortly before 2.40am on February 2, a 31-year-old man was waiting in the queue at Dominos Pizza and was involved in an altercation with two men.

One of these men punched him in the face once, causing the victim to lose two teeth and fall over into a couple sitting nearby.

Thames Valley officers are keen to speak to the man in the images, who is white, in his early 20s and had dark hair with a side parting. They released the CCTV image yesterday.

Anyone with information is asked to contact investigating officer Andy Hurst on 101 contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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3:15pm Tue 11 Feb 14

mytaxes says...

Meanwhile Labour leader Bob Price is more worried by a lap dancing club where there has been no trouble and no violence. What a strange place Oxford is, are we supposed to respect our councillors?
Meanwhile Labour leader Bob Price is more worried by a lap dancing club where there has been no trouble and no violence. What a strange place Oxford is, are we supposed to respect our councillors? mytaxes

6:21pm Tue 11 Feb 14

Isawyoucoming says...

mytaxes wrote:
Meanwhile Labour leader Bob Price is more worried by a lap dancing club where there has been no trouble and no violence. What a strange place Oxford is, are we supposed to respect our councillors?
Respect has to be earned these lot are very lazy.
[quote][p][bold]mytaxes[/bold] wrote: Meanwhile Labour leader Bob Price is more worried by a lap dancing club where there has been no trouble and no violence. What a strange place Oxford is, are we supposed to respect our councillors?[/p][/quote]Respect has to be earned these lot are very lazy. Isawyoucoming

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