A MAN was left unconscious after he was attacked in a Hillhouse pub beer garden.
The 50-year-old had approached a group of noisy revellers at the Slubbers Arms on Halifax Old Road to ask them to be quiet.
But the next thing he was aware of was waking up in an ambulance.
Police are appealing for several people who witnessed the incident to come forward to help them trace the culprits.
The attack happened at 2.30am on Saturday, April 17.
Det Con Dave Kinghorn, from Huddersfield CID said the victim cannot recall full details of the incident.
He said the victim remembers approaching the suspects in the beer garden but then woke up in an ambulance on his way to Huddersfield Royal Infirmary.
Police want to hear from a group of men who witnessed the incident, including two men with a small black dog.
One wore a red baseball cap and another a white cap with white trousers and a white top.
Another group of men – three in dark clothing – and one with a white top, may also be able to help police with their inquiries.
Contact Pc James Atherton on 0845 6060606 with any information.