After an assault took place last month, York Regional Police are now asking for the public's help in identifying a male suspect. 

According to a news release, on November 10 a man entered King City Secondary School where he punched a teacher in the face and then fled. 

Police report that the man walked around the first floor of the school, before entering a second-storey classroom. 

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He walked into a classroom and punched a teacher in the face. He then fled the school west on King Road.  York Regional Police 

Upon entering the room, the man was quick to strike the 37-year-old staff member, before fleeing. 

There were no students in the school at the time of the attack, and the teacher suffered minor injuries. 

York Regional Police have announced that they have hit a dead-end in the case and are now releasing images of the suspect for the public to identify. 

The male is said to be around 20 to 25 years old and has brown hair with a beard. 

Anyone who has information is being asked to call police at 1-866-876-5423, ext. 7141.