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Muswell Hill police hunting man over six robberies in August

PUBLISHED: 16:05 31 August 2018

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Muswell Hill police are hunting a man thought to be responsible for up to six robberies during August.

The Muswell Hill neighbourhood policing team are asking for help identifying the suspect as they continue to investigate the incidents which have happened between August 15 and August 29.

The incidents have all taken place in the Parkland Walk, Muswell Hill and Alexandra Palace areas.

The police said; “A few robberies have taken place between 15 & 29 August in Muswell Hill with similar suspect details. If you know anyone who may match that description please get in touch.”

Police are looking for a black male, thought to be between 16 and 20. He has dreadlocks and has been reported as riding a blue bicycle.

Anyone who can help the police find this man is asked to contact the Muswell Hill policing team on MuswellHill@met.pnn.police.uk or via @MPSMuswellHill on Twitter.

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