Armed police sent to back-up colleagues at fight near o2

Armed police were scrambled to assist unarmed colleagues after a knife fight broke out among two groups near the o2 in Greenwich.

The Metropolitan Police’s Firearms Command stated: “C Relief were called to support our unarmed colleagues to detain a number of males involved in a large fight involving knives where people had been injured last night. Several arrests were made and this knife recovered”.

Three people were injured though none seriously – and four arrests made near Millemium Way. All remain in custody after the incident last night.

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One thought on “Armed police sent to back-up colleagues at fight near o2

  • February 27, 2019 at 5:43 am

    Well done MPS Greenwich and their colleagues some more arrest and more knives recovered and taken off the streets of Greenwich and London.


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