CCTV images issued as part
of appeal into disturbance at McDonalds, Bootle
MERSEYSIDE Police Detectives
investigating a disturbance at a fast food restaurant in Bootle have issued CCTV
images of 3 men who they believe could assist with their enquiries.
Officers were called to reports of 5 men having fled the McDonalds restaurant
following a fight shortly before 6.30pm, on Monday, 26 June 2017. It is believed
that 3 men, 1 armed with a metal bar, had entered the restaurant and then
started to attack 2 other men in the restaurant.
All 5 men then left the restaurant, with the 3 attackers seen getting into a
dark coloured car which was driven off along Stanley Road towards Liverpool City
It is believed that there were a number of
other customers in McDonalds at the time of the incident and Officers are
appealing to anyone who was in the restaurant and who may have information which
could help them with their inquiries to call them.
1 of the men is described as white, aged mid to late 20's, of slim build with
dark shoulder length curly hair and facial hair. He was wearing a blue T-shirt,
which was later removed, dark coloured shorts and dark footwear.
The 2nd man was white, also aged mid to late 20's, of slim build with short fair
hair and facial hair. He was wearing a black T-shirt, black shorts and dark
The 3rd man is described as a white man, aged mid to late 20's, of medium build
with short dark receding hair. He was wearing a red T-shirt, black shorts and
Detectives have issued photographs of 3 men who they believe could help them
with the investigation.
Officers are also keen to speak to anyone who may have any footage of the fight
on their mobile phones to get in touch.
Anyone who recognises any of the men, or has any information which could assist
the investigation is asked to call Detective Constable Dave Rutherford on:- 0151
777 3035, or the Crimestoppers line anonymously, on:- 0800 555 111.