Police appeal witnesses after Kentish Town assault
Camden Police are appealing for witnesses and information about an assault in Kentish Town.
On Sunday April 3 at 10.30pm, a 58-year-old man was in a supermarket on Queens Crescent talking to the store owner.
The suspect entered the store and began asking the store owner if he could purchase items from within the store on credit.
When he was refused the suspect began arguing with the store owner.
At this point the shop owner politely asked the suspect to leave because he was not going to be allowed credit.
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He was then attacked by the thug who by punched him to the side of the head, making him fall over and injure his elbow.
The attacker then left the store, but returned minutes later holding a piece of wood and threatened to hit the victim again before riding off on push bike.
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The suspect is described as an Asian male aged between 25 - 30 years, with short black hair.
He was wearing a blue top with ‘Everlast’ written across the front with light coloured jogging bottoms which had three black stripes down the side of each leg.
Anyone with information about the incident is urged to call Camden Police on 0300 123 1212, or call Crimestoppers anonymously, on 0800 555 111.