A man who had metal plates fixed into his jaw after being knocked out cold has still had no justice months after being attacked.

Conor Bartlett, 22 at the time, was out in Petts Wood with his girlfriend and cousin on a Friday night when he was brutally assaulted and floored by one punch.

The trio had been in the Sovereign of the Seas pub before leaving at closing time to get a takeaway across the road in Queensway.

Conor, who has lived in Petts Wood all his life, was punched from behind after a group of men started hassling his girlfriend.

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The group then fled down Woodhurst Avenue and the person responsible has still not been found, despite police releasing a CCTV image of the suspect.

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Conor, who still struggles to eat and drink, had his story heard on BBCs Crimewatch Roadshow Live this week.

The attack happened at around 12.30am on July 7 and Detective Constable Dean Roberts described it as "nasty and unnecessary".

The victim suffered two fractures in his jaw resulting in two metal plates being required.

A police spokesman told News Shopper there was no updates on the case at the time of publishing.

Anyone with information should call 101 quoting CAD 310/07JUL2018

Alternatively, you can call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.