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Man ‘stabbed by moped rider’ in Brunswick Estate, Finsbury

PUBLISHED: 08:46 13 July 2018

Officers at the scene of the reported stabbing in Tompion Street. Picture: @RoachRule

Officers at the scene of the reported stabbing in Tompion Street. Picture: @RoachRule

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A man was reportedly stabbed by a moped rider in Finsbury’s Brunswick Estate on Tuesday night.

Officers at the scene of the reported stabbing in Tompion Street. Picture: @RoachRuleOfficers at the scene of the reported stabbing in Tompion Street. Picture: @RoachRule

Police were called to Tompion Street at about 6.45pm to reports of a brawl.

Witnesses reported that a moped collided with a car at the scene, which is near City University.

A male occupant of the car got out and it was reported he was stabbed by a male on the moped.

Police are trying to establish if this was the case as part of the ongoing investigation.

All parties involved had left prior to officers’ arrival. No arrests have been made.

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