Do you recognise gang attack suspects?
DO you recognise these faces?
Police investigating a horrific gang attack want to track down the culprits, and have issued e-fit images of three suspects.
The 27-year-old victim was so savagely beaten by the gang of up to 20 teenagers and adults that he was knocked out, so his girlfriend has helped officers produce the images.
"If anyone knows who they are, or recognises them, they should tell the police," said the man, who does not wish to be named. "My girlfriend helped the police with the e-fits because my head hit the ground hard and I cannot remember much."
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As The Citizen reported on Saturday, the victim was heading home from an evening out when he was set upon in Heron Way, Abbeydale on August 26.
He was subjected to a welter of kicks and punches, his girlfriend was also punched and his watch was stolen. While he lay unconscious, his leg was broken in two places.
Yesterday a 15-year-old Gloucester boy was arrested on suspicion of robbery, and bailed until Friday, September 7.
E-fit one shows a man in a grey hoodie, aged 23 to 24, 5ft 8ins tall. The hoodie had yellow toggles and strings coming from the hood, and he had a gold ring on his left hand.
The second man, in e-fit two, had blond hair and a slim face. He was 16 to 17-years-old and 5ft 6ins tall.
E-fit three shows what police said was a "fat faced" man with blond hair. He was the same age and height at the man in e-fit two.
Inspector Steve Wood said: "We are making positive inquiries with this case and while I understand this incident will cause alarm I can only reassure people the area is generally very safe and that my officers are available to talk to anyone who has security concerns.
"We would urge residents to look at the images and let us know if they recognise any of these people."
Anyone with information should call 101, quoting incident 430 of August 26.