Detectives searching for a man wanted in connection with a fight in a pub beer garden have made an arrest.

David Osbaldeston, 27, from Rishton, was arrested in Great Harwood on Tuesday evening on suspicion of affray, wounding and aggravated burglary.

He remains in custody.

The arrest follows a police appeal whereby officers wanted to speak with two men after a fight broke out in a beer garden of a Clayton-le-Moors pub.

Police were called around 3.15pm on October 4 to reports of an altercation in the beer garden at the Royal Oak Public House in Sparth Road.

A number of glasses had been thrown before a group of men fled from the scene.

As the group left the pub a rock was thrown at a staff member causing a serious head injury.

Along with Osbaldeston, of Shuttleworth Street, Rishton, Ben Cronshaw, 23, of Edward Street, Rishton was arrested on Sunday also in connection with the incident.

Cronshaw has since been charged with Section 18 wounding, affray and threatening a person with a blade/sharply pointed article in a public place.

He appeared at Blackburn Magistrates on Monday and is due to appear at Burnley Crown Court on November 19.

Another man, Aaron Walsh, 23 of Dill Hall Lane, Accrington, was arrested on October 15 in connection with an aggravated burglary, wounding and affray.

He was charged with aggravated burglary, ABH, affray and Section 18 wounding and was remanded into custody to appear at Burnley Crown Court on November 16.