Renewed appeal over Rochdale hit-and-run

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Lee Bradley
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Police want to speak to Lee Bradley, from the Rochdale area

Police have renewed their appeal for a man wanted after a car was driven into a crowd outside a Rochdale nightclub.

Twenty-three people were injured when the car was driven at door staff outside the Dali Bar, in Packer Street, at 0210 BST on Sunday.

Greater Manchester Police want to speak to Lee Anthony Bradley, 26, from Rochdale, about the incident.

He is white, 5ft 7in and slim with brown hair and has the tip of his ring finger on his right hand missing.

Another 26-year-old man was questioned on suspicion of attempted murder but he was bailed pending further enquiries.

It is believed two men who were in the car had previously been refused entry to the bar.

Det Insp Chris Walker, of Rochdale CID, said: "This new photo is of a better likeness to Lee Bradley than the one we previously issued and I would urge people to look closely at it and if they have seen him or know where he is to call police.

"We are working closely with his friends and family who are as keen for him to hand himself in as we are."

Police have said Mr Bradley has links to the Manchester and Whitworth areas.

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