Do you recognize this man? Police investigating Feb. 24 Red Arrow fight

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MANCHESTER, NH – Officers responded to the Red Arrow Diner on February 24, 2017, at approximately 12:40 a.m. for an altercation involving a man (pictured above and below), who allegedly made several disparaging remarks toward one of the waitresses, prompting a 67-year-old customer intervened.

Police are seeking to identify this man in relation to an incident at the Red Arrow.

Police have released a photo of a man, pictured to the right, who allegedly punched the 67-year-old patron in the face, causing injuries to the man’s face and lip.

Witnesses described the assailant as a white male, approximately 6-feet-tall, muscular build, with a crew cut-style haircut and multiple tattoos on each arm. Witnesses say he was wearing a gray Abercrombie and Fitch T-shirt with dark-colored jeans and light brown shoes.

The man in question frequents the Red Arrow Diner and may go by the name of Jesse. 

Police are requesting anyone with information to contact Det. Lou Krawczyk at 603-792-5517, so he can speak with the suspect and complete his investigation.

You may also leave an anonymous crime tip through Manchester Crimeline, 603-624-4040. There are no active warrants at this time.

 

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