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CCTV clues to bash witnesses
Witnesses sought to Subiaco bashing. Supplied picture

Police have released CCTV pictures of people they believe can help identify a person who bashed a man in Subiaco early yesterday morning.

A 29-year-old Kingsley man is fighting for his life after he was assaulted.

About 12.20am on Saturday morning, police were called to Hay Street where a man had reportedly been punched in the head.

The 29-year-old was rushed to hospital and placed an induced coma.

Detectives would like to speak to a number of people who they believe may be able to assist with this investigation.

Witnesses to bashing sought. Supplied picture

"Of the group, we have descriptions of five of them, however we would like to speak to anyone in the group of people in the vision," a police spokesman said this morning.

Police think people in this CCTV might have seen a man bashed in Subiaco early on Saturday morning. Supplied picture


Person 1 – Male, wearing a black long sleeve jacket with white under hood.
Person 2 – Male, wearing denim vest with long sleeve light coloured arms
Person 3 – Male, wearing short sleeve white T-shirt with denim sleeves and denim front pocket
Person 4 – Female, wearing a bright yellow dress
Person 5 – Female, wearing a white top and tight black pants

Were you in Subiaco early on Saturday morning? Supplied picture

"We are asking members of this group to come forward and make contact with the detectives via Crime Stoppers," police said.

Anyone who recognises members of this group are asked to call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

Can you help? Were you in Subi on Friday night/Saturday morning? Supplied picture
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