CCTV appeal over soldier's attacker in Bangor

CCTV of suspect Police hope the CCTV will jog people's memory

CCTV images of a suspect wanted after a Welsh Guardsman was attacked while home on leave in Gwynedd have been released by police.

The 19-year-old suffered multiple fractures to his jaw after he was punched in the face as he left the Peep Nightclub in Bangor last month.

Police believe he was assaulted by another club-goer near the steps just before 03:00 GMT on 24 October.

The attacker was in his early 20s, thin and 6ft tall.

PC Eirian Pritchard of North Wales Police said: "We have been unable to identify any further witnesses but I am hoping the release of CCTV stills may jog someone's memory and help us identify the assailant."

The suspect has short dark hair, which was thicker on top and combed over.

He was wearing a dark long-sleeved top, a light-coloured hooded jacket and beige trousers.

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