Thu. May 26th, 2022

Police have released CCTV footage of four men they believe may have information of a serious assault in Edinburgh.

The incident took place on Frederick Street in the city center around 03.20 on Friday 4 September last year.

Police in Scotland have released details about the four men’s appearance and what they were wearing at the time of the assault.

The first man has been described as being Asian, between 18 and 30 years old and of medium build.

He was wearing a light pink shirt, blue jeans and white trainers with a piece of clothing tied around his waist.



The first man is seen with a piece of clothing tied around his waist
The first man is seen with a piece of clothing tied around his waist

The other man has also been described as being Asian and between 18 and 30 years old.

He is tall and thin build with medium length black hair.



Police released the photos on Tuesday, January 11th
Police released the photos on Tuesday, January 11th

He was wearing a gray t-shirt with an unbuttoned, dark shirt on top with gray jeans and dark colored trainers.

The third man has been described as Asian, between 20-30 years old and of medium build.

He has long black shoulder-length hair and facial hair.

He was wearing a gray shirt, tanned pants and black shoes while wearing a gray jacket at the time of the assault.



The third man has long black shoulder-length hair and facial hair
The third man has long black shoulder-length hair and facial hair

The fourth man has been described as white, between 18-25 years old and between building.

He was wearing a short-sleeved patterned shirt, jeans and dark-colored trainers with white soles.



The last man was wearing a short-sleeved patterned shirt at the time of the assault
The last man was wearing a short-sleeved patterned shirt at the time of the assault

Detective Mark Walker of the Gayfield CID said: “I would urge any of these four men, or anyone with information about any of these four men, pictured, to contact police.

“Members of the public can contact Police Scotland via the 101 non-emergency telephone number indicating incident number 0657 of 4 September 2021 or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.”

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