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Police are searching for three men after an ‘outrageous’ and ‘shocking’ homophobic attack in the gay town of Birmingham.
Officers wish to speak with Sohail Khan, 24, Mosin Mahmood, 31, and Ishaaq Ayaz, 21, all from Birmingham, after two men were abused and later attacked with bottles.
The attack took place in the early hours of the morning of Sunday, August 15, after Rob and her husband Patrick were abused by the occupants of a passing car on Bromsgrove Street near the city center.
They were then attacked, leaving one unconscious and the other with cuts.wikipedia
How old is Ishaaq Ayaz ?
He is 21 year old.
Ishaaq Ayaz Mosin Mahmood and Sohail Khan all from Birmingham, after two men were abused and then attacked with bottles
West Midlands Police said extensive investigations, including analysis of CCTV footage and witness statements, have been carried out and are now able to name the men.
Sergeant Marc Petford said: “We have already completed a series of attempts to arrest the men; I encourage you to come forward and talk to us.
“This was a shocking homophobic attack against two men who were enjoying a night out in our city.
“It is outrageous and we are determined to bring those responsible to justice.”
Police are urging anyone with information on the men’s whereabouts to get in touch, citing registry 552 from August 15.
It comes after the couple were left bloodied and bruised after the shocking 4 a.m. attack on Birmingham’s Gay Village spoke of their ordeal.
Rob and his husband Patrick were celebrating a friend’s birthday and had just left Missing bar in Bromsgrove Street
Rob and Patrick were celebrating a friend’s birthday and had just left the Missing bar on Bromsgrove Street when they were attacked by the occupants of a black SUV.
The gang grabbed Patrick’s phone as he tried to film them after the abuse started, while a friend was dragged down the road and nearly run over when she tried to retrieve it.
Patrick was knocked unconscious in the riot and Rob was attacked and hit with bottles when the vehicle stopped after chasing him.
Earlier this week, Rob said the couple, both in their 30s and from Bicester in Oxfordshire, were recovering at home and that he had taken time off from work so a hand injury could heal.
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Recalling the incident, he said: ‘They had nothing to do at Gay Village at 4 a.m., except try to start fights with gay people.’
That night we had come from Oxfordshire for a friend’s birthday party. It was a nice night and there were guys sitting in front of the bar in a van.
We tried to be nice to them, I said, ‘Is it your birthday?’ or something like that, and they started yelling at us and calling us homophobic.
So my husband tried to record them and they stole his phone and took him into the car.
Patrick was knocked unconscious in the melee and Rob was attacked and beaten with bottles
` When they were trying to get it back, they walked away, knocked it down and dragged our friend down the road and halfway to the corner.
` I chased them and they got out of the car, they took bottles and they started fighting with us. ”
Rob suffered cuts to his head and hands, while Patrick was left unconscious and sustained cuts to his head and arm.
His friend, in her 20s, suffered a foot injury after being dragged by the vehicle.
Rob said they were taken to a safe place inside the Arcadian parking lot, where they were cleaned and police were called.
“They took statements and left immediately to check CCTV and look for him,” he said.
They were then taken to the hospital where they were sutured and received further treatment.
“I want to thank the police, the hospital staff and our friends who helped spread the word.”
Insp Steve Lloyd of Birmingham Police said: ‘This was an absolutely gruesome attack and robbery against people just trying to enjoy a night in the city center.
“They have suffered homophobic abuse before being physically injured and we are working very hard to find those responsible.
“We will work closely with businesses in the area and the Southside BID to assure them that we are taking this terrible hate crime very seriously.”
Andy Street, the directly elected and openly gay mayor of the West Midlands, said: ‘There is no place in our house for this disgusting homophobic behavior.
“I am sure that the police will do everything possible to catch the perpetrators and punish them with the full force of the law.”
Ishaaq Ayaz Quicks and Facts
- Police on the hunt for three men following a homophobic attack in Birmingham
- Rob and husband Patrick, from Bicester, Oxon, beaten by a gang of men
- They had been celebrating a friend’s birthday in Birmingham’s Gay Village when they had homophobic abuse hurled at them and were left battered after fight
- Patrick had been knocked unconscious and Rob was beaten with bottles
- Police are looking for Sohail Khan, 24, Mosin Mahmood, 31, and Ishaaq Ayaz, 21