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On Saturday 1st August 2015 thousands of people traveled to Brighton to enjoy Brighton Pride and most people had a brilliant day out.

However, a gay man travelling with a group of friends was punched unconscious in an unprovoked attack.

Can you help identify the suspects involved?

Photos of the two suspects involved have been handed to the British Transport Police who are now investigating. Can anyone help to identify these people?

The British Transport Police officer dealing with the case is T/DS Sarah GARDEN CID CROYDON/BRIGHTON

If you can provide any information please contact the Police on 101, alternatively you can contact CrimeStoppers 0800 555 111 and provide information anonymously.

We are appealing to anyone who witnessed the incident, or who encountered any abuse travelling, during or after Brighton Pride to report what you have experienced.

You can contact the British Transport Police or report via the national police website TrueVision.

The local police service for the Brighton area is Sussex Police.

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