Man hospitalised after incident near Woolwich McDonalds

A man was taken to hospital after liquid was thrown in his face near McDonald’s in Woolwich.

Police are looking for witnesses or anyone who can help after the incident on Friday 27th October.

The Met state they were called to an address in Thamesmead and a man was taken to hospital:

“Emergency services attended and the man, aged in his 20s, was taken to hospital where his injuries were treated and since discharged.

“Officers believed the incident happened in Woolwich Town Centre behind McDonald’s.

“Any witnesses are asked to call 101 quoting CAD 3752/27Oct.”

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2 thoughts on “Man hospitalised after incident near Woolwich McDonalds

  • Well I hope the culprits ate caught and soon. What is the problem with days. A very stupid and senseless thing to do.

    We need more police in and around Woolwich Town Centre..To tackle thisckunf of behaviour..

  • To tackle this kind of behaviour


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