Men wanted by police after serious assault outside Domino’s Pizza in Chalk Farm

10:37 27 August 2014

Images of the men wanted by police

Images of the men wanted by police


Detectives are searching for two men in connection with a serious assault outside a pizza takeaway in Chalk Farm.

Images of the men wanted by policeImages of the men wanted by police

The attack took place in front of Domino’s Pizza in Chalk Farm Road at about 3.30am on Saturday July 5.

The victim, a 27-year-old man, was punched in the head and kicked in the ribs causing a fractured right cheek bone, a fractured eye socket and broken ribs.

A 26-year-old woman was scratched in the arm.

Officers have now released images of two men they hope to speak to about the incident.

Images of the men wanted by policeImages of the men wanted by police

Police described the first of them as white, about 25 and 5ft 7ins tall, with blonde hair and a distinctive jaw line and nose.

He was wearing camel-coloured trousers and a light coloured top.

The second man was also white and aged about 25. He was 6ft 2ins tall, with brown spiky hair, brown eyes, a skinny build, and wearing a denim shirt and jeans.

If anyone has any information regarding this incident or can identify the men they are urged to contact Det Con Baguena from Camden CID on 020 8733 6588 or 101.

Alternatively, they can contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 or visit

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