Police have launched an appeal after a glass was launched at a man while he was out socialising with friends.
The victim, aged 25, was enjoying a night out in Das Kino in Fletcher Gate on Saturday, July 9, at 9.25pm when the attack occurred.
He had just finished a ping pong game and was in the smoking area with friends.
A man then verbally abused him before throwing a pint glass at his head. The victim needed stitches.
The incident has left the victim with a permanent scar to his head.
The suspect then fled the scene after the incident occurred.
Officers have now released images of a man they’d like to speak to as part of their investigation into the incident.
He has been described as a white male, wearing a black beanie hat and a t-shirt with orange writing.
PC Camilla Edwards-Cleaves said: “The victim was out socialising with work friends when this unprovoked attack took place.
“This incident has left the victim scarred. Throwing a glass at someone is completely unacceptable. It is like taking a weapon out with you.
“We do not tolerate violence in our city centre. This was during the summer months where the victim was out enjoying himself with his friends and was left needing stitches to his head.
“We are working hard to find the person responsible. We have released an image today of a man we would like to speak to as part of our investigation.
“We would urge him to come forward to help us with our investigation or call on the public to help us identify him.
“Any information can be left by calling either the police on 101, quoting incident 0867 of 9 July 2022, or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.”