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Man suffers fractures to his face after assault in Harrow

Police are appealing to the public for witnesses and information after a man suffered significant facial injuries in an assault in Harrow.

The incident happened in Hindes Road, Harrow back in April and police are looking for information about the assault.

Met Police said: “Officers and the London Ambulance service were called at 16:15hrs on Friday, 16 April to reports of a man being punched by the driver of a black Mercedes-Benz on Hindes Road in Harrow.

“The suspect has been described as approximately 6ft 2ins tall, of a stocky build, middle eastern in appearance with a trimmed beard.

“The victim, a 29-year-old man, suffered fractures to his face. He was taken to a hospital in north London where he received treatment. He has since been discharged.

“No arrests have been made and enquires are ongoing.”

Police Sergeant Rob Clarke, from Wembley Response Team D, said: “We believe there were a number of people who were present when this incident took place that may have witnessed something or have video footage.

“Were you on Hindes Road between 16:10hrs and 16:20hrs on Friday, 16 April? Did you witness an altercation?

“The victim of this assault received serious injuries which will take a lengthy time to recover from. I urge anyone who has information to come forward and support us with this investigation. It is vital that we speak to you. Please call police on 101 quoting CAD 4647/16Apr.”

To give information anonymously contact Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

Source: Met Police