Police investigating an alleged attack at a Harry Styles live show have released a photograph of a person they would like to speak to.
The appearance of the visitor, pictured with a beard and wearing a yellow T-shirt and parasol around his neck, is believed to be able to support detectives in their investigation.
Police say a woman was approached from behind at 8.30pm on June 15 by a man 12 months ahead at Old Trafford Cricket Ground in Manchester.
The man then began sexually assaulting her, Manchester police said.
The pressure has created a whole new appeal as we speak, hoping that various concert-goers can help identify the person they want to talk to.
The appearance of the visitor, pictured with a beard and wearing a yellow T-shirt and sunshades around his neck, is believed to be able to support detectives in their investigation.
A spokesman said: “Agents have pursued a number of lines of inquiry and are now hoping to gain new information.
“GMP are now keen to identify this man as they believe he can assist with their investigation.
“If you have any information or cell phone pictures from the area at the time, officers are also asking you to get in touch.”
Detective Constable Grace O’Rourke added: “We always use a strong strategy for these types of stories and have now launched this new attraction to make sure the victim gets justice.
“We will continue to investigate and are asking anyone with information to contact us.”
Around 70,000 followers flocked to the venue over 12 months, just 20 miles from Holmes Chapel, Cheshire, where the pop star grew up and attended faculty in the area.
And in a ‘hometown’ live broadcast, he paid an emotional tribute to his primary school teachers, saying they had been ‘truly amazing’.