Video released after Civic assault

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Police released footage of two people believed to be involved in the assault.

WHILE on patrol in Civic last month, police spotted a man with facial injuries and have now released video footage of two people who allegedly were involved in the assault. 

The victim, who they believe was assaulted near Garema Place, was found by police at about 1am on Sunday, February 17.

The video of the suspected offenders shows a man wearing a red T-shirt and black jeans and a woman wearing a white shirt and denim jeans. Police believe the man and the woman know each other.

If anyone can identify either of the people in the CCTV footage or have any information that could assist police, please contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333000, or via the Crime Stoppers ACT website using reference number 6364725. 

Police seek to identify two people involved in alleged Civic assault

Do you recognise the people in this CCTV footage? ACT Policing would like to speak to them in relation to an alleged assault near Garema Place in the early hours of Sunday, 17 February.Details here: bit.ly/2W3accG

Posted by ACT Policing on Thursday, 14 March 2019

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