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Update from 16 May: a number of people have been identified since our last appeal however officers are asking anyone who recognises those still pictured to please make contact.
Officers investigating the discovery of a man with serious head injuries in Cheltenham have issued new CCTV pictures now that the incident is being treated as a serious assault.
The incident was originally being treated as unexplained however officers have spoken to a number of witnesses who stated that the victim was assaulted.
It is believed that the victim was punched whilst near to Aquavitae on Ormond Place and police are now working to identify and speak to a number of additional people.
Officers are keen to speak to those pictured as well as two other men who are yet to be identified as it's believed they have information which will assist with the investigation.
They acknowledge that some of the photos are not of a good quality but they are included in case someone recognises themselves or others.
Police were called to Regent Street at 1.15am on Sunday (24 April) after it was reported that a man had been found unconscious outside 21 Club and had injuries to his head.
Officers attended along with paramedics and the 27-year-old was taken to Gloucestershire Royal Hospital for treatment.
The man's condition deteriorated and he was transferred to Southmead Hospital in Bristol where he remains in a critical condition.
Anyone who may be able to help with the investigation or can identify those pictured is asked to please get in contact with police.
You can provide information to police online by completing the following form and quoting incident 26 of 24 April: https://www.gloucestershire.police.uk/tua/tell-us-about/cor/tell-us-about-existing-case-report/
Alternatively you can call police on 101 or submit information anonymously to the independent crime-fighting charity Crimestoppers by calling 0800 555 111 or online at https://crimestoppers-uk.org/
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