Police searching for 'dangerous man' convicted of vicious Bournemouth assault
Police in Dorset are searching for a 'dangerous man' who has gone missing after being convicted of a vicious assault outside a Bournemouth restaurant.
Mohamed Tahar Tabte was found guilty of grievous bodily harm after a 30-year-old man was left with severe head injuries following the attack outside Peppino’s Restaurant along Charminster Road in the early hours of January 22.
Mohamed Tabte was due to be sentenced in June 2012, but he failed to attend and police have not been able to locate him.
Detective Constable Tristan Downie, of Bournemouth CID, said: “This was an extremely nasty and unprovoked attack in which the victim suffered numerous skull and jaw fractures, resulting in a bleed on the brain and permanent damage.
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“Mohamed Tabte has been found guilty of committing this assault and we are very keen to find him so that he can be sentenced and brought to justice.”
He is described as around 5ft 9in tall, of slim build with short black hair and is of Middle Eastern appearance.
Police have released an image of the man, and are asking anyone who sees him to call 999.
DC Downie added: “He is a dangerous man. Should anyone see him and recognise him we advise that they do not approach him, but to phone Dorset Police on 999.”
Anyone who sees Mohamed Tabte should phone 999 immediately. Anyone else with other information about him should contact Dorset Police in confidence on 101.