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Police searching for man in connection with Hornchurch road rage attack

15:41 20 February 2014

Havering police want to speak to this man in connection with a serious assault that took place on January 9 in Hornchurch.

Havering police want to speak to this man in connection with a serious assault that took place on January 9 in Hornchurch.

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Police want to speak to this man about a road rage attack in Hornchurch where the victim was seriously assaulted.

The man, in his 40s, was driving along Appleton Way and was approaching a car park when another vehicle pulled out in front of him without looking, police said.

When the victim asked the driver to be more careful, he stepped out of the vehicle and assaulted him, cutting his face.

Anyone who knows the pictured man’s whereabouts or has any information about the incident on January 9 is asked to call Det Con Dean Grafton at Havering Police CID on 01708 779216 or by dialling 101.

To remain anonymous, please phone Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

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