British Transport Police are hoping to speak to a man they say was attacked with a knife at a London Underground station.
Officers were called to the Harrow and Wealdstone Underground in North West London on Sunday morning, 14 November, following a report of an incident.
BTP, who went to the scene, caught a 31-year-old person with a ‘knife’ and detained him.
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The man is currently in police custody.
Police said they “do not want to identify anyone else in connection with this crime” but are willing to speak to the victim who can assist with the investigations.
They also want to speak to anyone who “witnessed anything suspicious or unusual in the area before or after 10:00 this morning.”
BTP Detective Inspector Tim Weekes said: “We want any witnesses who may have vital information about our investigation to come forward.
“We think that a member of the public in particular has been attacked. I would like to refer this person directly to come forward and assist with our questions.
“Anyone with information is requested to contact BTP by sending a message to 61016 or calling 0800 40 50 40 by quoting the reference number 14/11/21 160. Alternatively, you can call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.”
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