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Man wanted for questioning in relation to road rage assault in Hornchurch

12:58 24 January 2014

Do you know this man?

Do you know this man?

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Police are appealing for information about a man they wish to speak to in connection with a serious assault.

The road rage incident took place near to Victor Court, Hornchurch on January 9 - with the victim receiving cuts to his face.

The police would like to speak to the man pictured.

Anyone with information concerning the identity or whereabouts of this person should call Detective Constable Dean Grafton of Havering Police CID on 01708 779216 or by dialling 101.

To remain anonymous please contact Detective Grafton via Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

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