Sunday, 7 January 2018

Mill Hill shopworker "fighting for life"

We have postponed our regular focus newsletter due to a terrible incident in Mill Hill Broadway last night.

The Police have issued the following statement
On 6th January 2017 at approximately 2330 hours, police were called to an assault on Mill Hill Broadway, NW7, following an altercation in a commercial premises. On police arrival, first aid was administered to the victim, and he was subsequently transported by the London Ambulance Service to St. Mary's Hospital. His Next of Kin have been informed. 

At this moment in time, no arrests have been made and enquiries continue at pace in order to trace those reponsible. A crime scene is likely to remain in place for a significant amount of time to enable us to capture the best evidence.
Anyone with any information, however insignificant they think it may be, should contact the Police on 101. If they know the identitiy of the individuals involved they should call 999 immediately. 

Alternatively, contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
For any further information regarding this incident, please direct people to the Metropolitan Police's Press Bureau.
Regards,
PC 144 Ralph Wolstenholme
On behalf of
Mill Hill
Email - MillHill.snt@met.police.uk
Tel - 020 7161 9335

Our friends at The Mill Hill Broadway blog report



The Evenings Standard have a story on their website.

At this time the team at A Better Mill Hill send our thoughts and prayers for the family of the injured worker. We are regulars at the shop and are saddened to hear such a terrible event has happened in our high street. We will update this post as and when more details are released.

We urge anyone who witnessed anything to contact the Metropolitan Police. You can follow the Mill Hill Police on Twitter at https://twitter.com/MPSMillHill

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