Appeal after serious assault in Woolwich outside library

Police have issued an appeal after a man was seriously assaulted outside Woolwich library in the town centre.

The Met state the incident occurred at 3:25am on Sunday 17 March. A 35-year-old man was found after being assaulted close to a bus stop outside Woolwich library.

The man was taken to hospital and remains in a critical condition receiving treatment.

The suspect is described as being a black man around 5ft 10”. They are seeking witnesses and information.

Anyone who was in the area and witnessed the incident, or anyone who was assist the investigation is asked to call Serious and Complex Crime team based at Lewisham via 101 – please quote 01/99520/24.

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2 thoughts on “Appeal after serious assault in Woolwich outside library

  • I Hope the victim goes on to make a full recovery . The suspect is caught sooner rather than later so he cannot assualt anyone else.
    Crime remains on the increase in London and action needs to be taken to reduce crime as a matter of great importance.
    The public also need to be notified much sooner after incidents happen so the public can be more alert and aware and know to take care.

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  • Need more police patrolling woolwich town day abs though the night as it’s not safe to walk anywhere around here

    Reply

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