Police are appealing for two men who are believed to be injured following an assault in Perth to come forward.
The two men were seen to have been involved in an altercation with three other men at around 7.40pm on August 14 on Mill Street, Perth.
Police are asking the two victims to assist officers with their investigation. They are described as:
- Asian, aged 20-25, slim build with short black wavy hair. He was wearing a light grey tracksuit.
- Asian, aged 20-25, slim build with black curly hair. He was wearing glasses and a denim jacket.
Officers are also appealing for information on the three suspects. They are described as:
- Black, aged 30, around 5 ft 11 ins tall, average to stocky build with short black dreadlocks. He was wearing all black clothing and a black face mask.
- Black, aged 30, around 6 ft tall, and of slim build. He was wearing a black jacket with a white hood up, a black jumper and black trousers.
- Black, wearing all black clothing and a dark coloured face mask.
A third man, 27, was assaulted after he intervened but did not require medical treatment following the incident.
He reported the incident to nearby officers conducting a patrol.
Following the incident, the three suspects are believed to have walked towards South Methven Street.
Constable George Wilkie, of Perth Police Office, said: “We would like to speak to the two men who were assaulted to check if they are okay and to see if they would be able to assist with our investigation into the incident.
“Our CCTV enquiries show there were several people in the area at the time waiting at the bus stop and standing in the taxi rank.
“I am appealing to any of these people who witnessed the assaults or may have any information in connection to please contact police.
“If you were driving in the area at the time and have a dash-cam, I would ask you to please check back and see if there is any footage that could assist our investigation.”
Anyone with information can contact police on 101 quoting CR/021607/20. Those wishing to remain anonymous can contact Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.