CCTV appeal: Brutal assault in Chalk Farm leaves man with fractured eye socket

Police would like help identifying this man

Police would like help identifying this man - Credit: Archant

Police have released CCTV footage of a serious assault in Chalk Farm that left a man suffering broken ribs, a fractured eye socket and a fractured cheek bone.

The victim was punched in the head and kicked in the ribs suffering a fractured right cheek bone, a

The victim was punched in the head and kicked in the ribs suffering a fractured right cheek bone, a fractured eye socket and broken ribs - Credit: Archant

The assault on the 27-year-old man took place outside Dominos Pizza in Regents Park Road last year on Saturday, July 5, at approximately 3.30am.

The victim is still receiving treatment for his injuries.

Officers from Camden Borough’s CID are appealing for witnesses and information to identify two men seen in CCTV footage.

The first man is described as a white male around 25-years-old, 5ft 7ins tall, with mid-length blonde hair and a distinctive jaw line and nose. He was wearing camel coloured trousers and a light coloured top.

The two men appeared to high-five each other after the incident

The two men appeared to high-five each other after the incident - Credit: Archant


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The second man is described as a white man, around 25-years-old, 6ft 2ins tall with brown spiky hair, brown eyes, skinny build who was wearing a denim three-quarter length shirt, jeans.

The victim’s 26-year-old female friend, who tried to intervene, was also scratched on the arm during the assault.

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If anyone has any information regarding this incident or can identify the men in the images they are urged to contact Detective Constable Baguena from Camden Borough’s CID on 020 8733 6588 or 101.

Alternatively, you can contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 on via crimestoppers-uk.org.

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