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Police Witness Appeals - 5 September 2006

posted on 5 September 2006

Police Witness Appeals

The Police have issued the following weekly news release detailing crime incidents in Brent where they are appealing for witnesses to come forward with any information that may help them with their enquiries.



1) Assault on Victoria Road, London, NW6
2) Assault and Robbery on Church Road, London, NW10

Assault on Victoria Road, London, NW6 on Monday 28.8.06 at 20:05pm



A 40 year old female parked her vehicle at Victoria Road and was walking towards her business address at Salusbury Road when she was hit from behind by an unknown male.

The female began to scream and the male suspect covered her mouth with his hand. The victim then bit the suspect's hand. The victim's glasses were broken in the process.
The suspect made off on his bicycle along Honiton Road.
The suspect is described as a black male approx 15 years old and he was wearing a grey hooded top.

Please contact police if you have any information that may help this case on 0208 733 3159 or crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 if you wish to remain anonymous.

Assault and Robbery on Church Road, London, NW10 on Monday 28.8.06 at 00:40am



A 17 year old male was walking home on Church Road when a group of 15 male suspects dressed in dark clothing and hoodies surrounded the victim and began to punch him all over causing him to fall to the ground. One of the suspects took the victim’s Nokia 8310 mobile phone. The suspects followed the victim to a nearby café but were chased by the staff of the café. The suspects got into the Silver Peugeot driven by a black female.

Please contact police if you have any information that may help this case on 0208 733 3159 or crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 if you wish to remain anonymous.

Useful contacts:



Brent Police CID on 020 8733 3159 - If you have information regarding any of the appeals.
Brent Police local crime prevention officers on 020 8733 4665 - For advice on crime prevention issues.
Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 - Call anonymously with information about crime.
Contact your local Safer Neighbourhood Team.


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