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Police investigating possible assault in Harold Hill

15:35 04 March 2014

Police were at the scene in Tennyson Road for much of Sunday.

Police were at the scene in Tennyson Road for much of Sunday.

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Police are investigating a possible assault that took place in the early hours of Sunday morning in a Harold Hill road.

Officers were stationed outside a cordoned-off alley way in Tennyson Road for much of Sunday before returning on Monday to the scene.

One resident, who contacted the Recorder but wishes to remain anonymous, said they heard dogs barking wildly during what “must have been” the incident.

Police enquiries are ongoing.

Did you see anything? If you have any information call Sam Gelder on 020 8477 3810, or email sam.gelder@archant.co.uk

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