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The police want to ask these men to come forward and assist them in their inquiries (Warwickshire Police)

Police have released CCTV footage of two men investigating an incident earlier last month.

The attack took place at around 7.25pm ​​on March 7 on Queens Road in the town of Nuneaton in Warwickshire, England.

The victim was a 20-year-old man who was abused and then punched in the face. He suffered minor injuries.

Warwickhire police are now demanding that people identify the two men who appeared on the CCTV footage, who may have information to assist in their inquiries.

PC Kirsty Nichols said: “We hope the men in question will have information to support our ongoing investigation. In addition, we would like to speak with anyone who has identified the incident and has not spoken to police.

“Anyone who knows may call 101 when compared to 433 on 7 March 2020 or you can call the Crimestoppers volunteer anonymously on 0800 555 111.”

Police say the case calls them “unmarried” by nature but has not yet determined if the police consider the case a hate crime.

Police want to speak with this man to assist with their inquiry (Warwickshire Police)
Police want to speak with this man to assist with their inquiry (Warwickshire Police)

With the growing number of hate crimes mounting in the UK, the response to police in Warwickshire to torture civilians has already begun.

The police team made headlines last year when a man who was repeatedly abused repeatedly threatened and advised them not to leave the house alone.

Bradley Hunt said he was “shocked” by what police told him recently, which left him with broken teeth, a black eye, and damage to his nose, chest and forehead.

Police accuse him of doing nothing and being “helpless,” while the founder of Warwickhire Pride, noticed that such attacks were rampant.

Superintendent Mike Smith of Warwickhire Police responded at the time: “Warwickshire is a diverse community and many people have accepted this. We are committed to doing our part to make this area a safe place to live, work, and visit everyone.

There are a few who harass people because of who they are. This is not good and we are committed to tackling this problem. ”