Police investigating a fight at a Birmingham city center hotel have released CCTV footage of men they want to identify.
Disorder broke out in and around the four-star Park Regis Hotel near Broad Street at around 1.45am on New Year’s Day.
A man suffered head injuries, while two people were arrested and a third was voluntarily questioned by West Midlands Police.
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The force said it believed more people were involved in the violence. He today posted images of seven men they want to find.
Taking to Twitter, Birmingham Police posted: “Do you know any of these men? We need your help in identifying them as we investigate a disorder in the early hours of New Years in the city centre. city of #Birmingham.
“It happened in and around a hotel near Broad Street around 1.45am.
“It left one man with a head injury, which fortunately was not serious. We arrested two men and voluntarily questioned a third, but we believe more people were involved in the violence.”
A Park Regis Hotel spokesperson previously said a fight took place at a private New Year’s Eve event. No guests or hotel employees were injured in the incident.
“Ticketed events are only held during the holiday season at Park Regis and this is the only event that has an issue,” the hotel spokesperson said.
“The incident was unfortunate, rare and was handled efficiently by our teams. The hotel and security team handled the issue well, isolating it in an elevator lobby and no guests or employees was injured.
“Other hotel guests were unaware of the incident and it was all over quickly.”
A West Midlands Ambulance Service spokesperson added: “We were called by police at 2.11am on New Years Day to an incident at a property in Broad Street, Birmingham.
“We sent an ambulance and two paramedics to the scene. We treated one man for minor injuries and he was taken to hospital for further treatment.”
If you recognize any of the men in the images, please contact the police via live chat at http://west-midlands.police.uk, quoting 20/100270/22, or call 101.
Or to pass on information without giving your details, speak anonymously to Crimestoppers, an independent charity, on 0800 555 111.
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