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Islington police seek two men connected to Essex road GBH

14:20 16 July 2014

Police believe these men can help with enquiries

Police believe these men can help with enquiries

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Police in Islington want to speak to two men they believe can help them with a grievous bodily harm case.

Police believe this man can help with enquiriesPolice believe this man can help with enquiries

The attack took place on Sunday May 18 in Essex Road, at 2.05am, and left the victim with serious injuries.

Det Con Faye Callaghan, of Islington CID, said: “We are keen to speak with the men pictured as they may be able to help us with our enquiries.

Police want to speak to this man regarding the GBH in Essex RoadPolice want to speak to this man regarding the GBH in Essex Road

“I urge members of the community to come forward if they have any information with regards to the incident to help us catch those responsible.”

If anyone has any information please can they contact DC Faye Callaghan from Islington Police on 020 7421 0185, 101 or call crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

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