PICTURE GALLERY: Police want to speak to these men about violent attacks in Wellingborough

Police want to speak to these men about violent disorder in Cambridge Street, Wellingborough, at 9.30pm on 9/3/14 (NP/52867/13)

Police want to speak to these men about violent disorder in Cambridge Street, Wellingborough, at 9.30pm on 9/3/14 (NP/52867/13)

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Police have released more images of people they want to speak to in connection with violent crime in the county.

The pictures, which all relate to incidents in Wellingborough, have been released as part of an intensive three-month campaign to crack down on violent offences.

It comes after the Northants Telegraph published pictures last week of people police want to speak to about incidents in Kettering, Corby, Wellingborough and Rushden.

These additional images have now been released of people officers would like to speak to about three violent incidents in Wellingborough.

The force would like to speak to two men in connection with a violent disorder which took place in Cambridge Street in the town at about 9.30pm on March 9, 2014.

They have also released CCTV images of a man who may have information about an assault which saw the victim punched in the face several times and he suffered a deep cut to the side of the head which required hospital treatment.

The attack took place in the early hours of March 21 this year at the Temple and Pure nightclub in Silver Street, Wellingborough.

CCTV images have also been released following an assault at the Shell service station in Gold Street, Wellingborough, at about 2am on February 25, 2014.

Officers would like to hear from anyone who recognises any of these people as they may have important information about the incidents.

Speaking last week, Superintendent Dennis Murray who is leading the operation to cut down on violent crime in the county said: “We remain committed to reducing violent crime by working with our partners and the public.

“Violent offenders can expect to be pursued relentlessly by us if they do not seek help to deal with the root cause of their violence issues.

“We are happy to help anyone who feels that they need support, whether they are a victim or an offender.”

If you know any of the people who are pictured, call the police on 101 or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.