Avon and Somerset Police are looking for four men in relation to two attacks on a Chinese restaurant in Bristol last month.
The first attack happened on Oct. 26 around 8:45 p.m. when the group threw bricks at the window of a Chinese restaurant, which was not named, in Bedminster, Bristol, according to Bristol Post. Another attack occurred the following day at 9:30 p.m. when an unidentified person lit a firecracker and threw it in the same restaurant before it exploded, with staff still inside.
No one was injured in both attacks, however, police believe that the two attacks may be linked.
The authorities posted CCTV images of the men to Facebook.
Those who may have information can reach out to the authorities at 101 and quote the reference numbers 5220243024 (26 October) or 5220243861 (27 October).
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