Woman targeted in random brick attack in supermarket car park

Ilford CID are appealing for information over the attack

Ilford CID are appealing for information over the attack

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Police are calling for witnesses after a woman was attacked with a brick in an apparently motiveless attack in a supermarket car park.

The attack in Sainsbury’s car park in King George Avenue, Newbury Park, took place at 8.15pm on February 17, when the woman was approached from behind and struck over the head.

The woman suffered cuts to her head and was taken to Whipps Cross University Hospital.

The brick used was later found by police with blood on it.

Nothing was taken from the woman or her car.

Anyone with information is asked to call police on 101 and ask for Ilford CID.
 

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4:35pm Mon 24 Feb 14

Villagecranberry says...

But do not forget folks, do not be alarmed as after the Police put their crime statistics in their canteen blender, hey presto, crime is falling!
But do not forget folks, do not be alarmed as after the Police put their crime statistics in their canteen blender, hey presto, crime is falling! Villagecranberry
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