Sex assault on man in Bristol: E-fit issued in hunt for attackers

Efit from Avon and Somerset Police Police believe the man may have information which could help their investigation

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Detectives hunting up to three men who sexually assaulted a man in Bristol have released an e-fit image of someone who may have "important information".

The 20-year-old victim was attacked in Queen's Square at about 03:45 GMT on 7 November as he walked to a friend's house after a night out.

Det Con Aileen Reilly said the man in the e-fit "may have important information" about the incident.

Police also gave descriptions of three men who were in the area at the time.

One was a clean shaven "European male" in his late 30s, with short brown hair, 5ft 10ins tall and of a stocky build.

The second was a white blond-haired man with tanned skin and of similar height and age to the first.

The third man was white and in his 30s and was about 5ft tall. All three were described as wearing white shirts and black trousers.

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