Teenager suffers broken jaw in attack at city centre bus stop - police release e-fit of suspect

Anyone who recognises the man should contact police

Police have released e-fit of a suspect after an attack at a bus stop in Bristol city centre left a man with a broken jaw.

The incident happened at the bus stop on Rupert Street on May 20 between 1am and 2am.

Police say the victim and his two friends were approached by two men at the bus stop. The unknown men started speaking with the victim and his friends before attacking the victim, aged 19.

The e-fit of the man police want to trace in connection with the attack

The victim was taken to hospital where it was found he had a broken jaw which required surgery. He is now recovering at home.

The victim described one of the men as mixed race, with short black hair, a short dark beard, and brown eyes. He was wearing a puffer-style jacket.

Anyone who recognises the man in the e-fit or has any dashcam or CCTV footage which could aid the investigation should contact police on 101.