Man broke victim's jaw in McDonald's on Briggate, Leeds

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Police are trying to trace a man dressed in distinctive clothes who is suspected of attacking another man in a McDonald's in Leeds city centre.

The 26-year-old victim suffered a broken jaw in the assault in the fast food restaurant on Briggate on Saturday October 26 at 9.40pm.

A group of men were involved in an argument before the suspect punched him in the face.

The male is described as black, approximately 5ft 9ins tall, with dreadlocks in a bun. He is seen on CCTV to be wearing a purple coat with a red hoody underneath, black trousers and black trainers. He was carrying a rucksack on his back.

Detective Inspector Richard Holmes, of Leeds District CID, said: “This assault left a man with serious facial injuries and it is important that we identify the man pictured in these CCTV images to help progress our enquiries into this incident.

“I would urge anyone who recognises the pictured male to please get in contact with us.”

Information can be given to West Yorkshire Police directly either by calling 101 or using the 101 Live Chat facility on the West Yorkshire Police, quoting crime reference 13180542816.