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Man, 24, punched in face by stranger on Romford bus

PUBLISHED: 11:52 25 August 2016 | UPDATED: 11:52 25 August 2016

Police want to speak to this man

Police want to speak to this man

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A man is being sought after a 24-year-old was punched in the face by a stranger on the 174 bus.

Police want to speak to the man pictured in connection with the incident, in which a 24-year-old man was injured.

The assault happened on Monday, May 16 at around 7.30pm near Dagnam Park Square.

The victim was travelling on the bus, who serves Romford, when a unknown man punched him in the face.

He got off the bus at the next stop before calling police.

The man police want to speak to is described as white, about 35, 5’ 8” tall of medium build. He was wearing a bomber jacket and grey joggers.

Anyone with information is asked to contact police on 101 quoting reference CRIS 5408286/16.

You can also contact Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 to remain anonymous.

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