Two sought for Grays Inn Road stabbing
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Police are investigating after a man was stabbed in a newsagents.
Two men chased a 23-year-old man into the shop before stabbing him in the torso.
The incident occurred on Saturday September 23, at around 5.30am at a newsagents on Grays Inn Road.
The victim was also hit with a glass tube.
He was treated for a broken rib and laceration to his lung at an east London hospital, and is now recovering from his injuries.
He had reportedly been acting as a peacemaker after an argument broke out on the street.
Officers have released images of the two men they would like to speak to in connection with the incident.
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Detective Constable Joe Marston, of the Met’s Central North CID, said: “The victim sustained serious injuries in what was a needless and incredibly violent attack.
“We would urge anyone who recognises these men to contact police as soon as possible.”
Anyone with any information call police on 101.