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Guy attacked with ‘liquid substance’ close to Harrods

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The event happened at 8. 33pm yesterday evening on Walton Place in Knightsbridge 47-year-old victim was treated by paramedic before being taken to hospital  Extent of his injuries are not known but they have since been released by staff  Scotland Yard said this is not known when the water was a corrosive substance 

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Anthony Joseph for live24news


Published:
06: 32 BST, 1 August 2017

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06: 32 BST, 1 August 2017

A man has already been delivered to hospital after ‘men upon a moped’ threw a water substance in the face in a good attempted robbery in West Greater london.

The incident happened at eight. 33pm last night on Walton Place in Knightsbridge, London, close to Harrods department store.

The 47-year-old pedestrian was treated by paramedic on the scene before he has been delivered to hospital in Central Greater london.

The incident happened at 8.33pm last night on Walton Place in Knightsbridge, London, near to Harrods department store (file photo)

The incident occurred at 8. 33pm last evening on Walton Place in Knightsbridge, London, near to Harrods section store (file photo)

The extent from the man’s injuries has not already been disclosed, however police said he or she had since been discharged.

Scotland Yard said it is far from known in case the liquid was a rust substance.

A spokesman for the particular Metropolitan Police said: ‘Officers through Kensington & Chelsea Borough are usually investigating, and at this earlier stage it really is believed the water was thrown at the target during an attempted robbery. ‘

The force said no arrests experienced been made at this phase and appealed for witnesses or even a person with any information to arrive forward.

The incident follows the recent spike in the amount of attacks involving corrosive substances.

Scotland Yard said it is not known if the liquid was a corrosive substance

Scotland Yard said it is far from known if the liquid has been a corrosive substance

More than 400 were performed in the 6 months up to April 2017, according to figures from 39 forces in England and Wales.

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