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Cyclist leaves woman with facial injuries after footpath collision

Police would like to speak with this man in connection with the incident Credit: Metropolitan Police

Police in Southwark would like to speak to a cyclist who collided with a woman leaving her with facial injuries.

The woman was walking along Abbey Street with her husband on Tuesday 14 April at around 6pm, when she was hit by a cyclist on the footpath at the junction of Tower Bridge.

The victim fell to the ground and suffered significant facial injuries.

Andrea McVeigh was left with head injuries after the collision Credit: Andrea McVeigh

"The victim sustained significant facial injuries and If not for her husband and a member of the public stopping to help she would have been left on that footpath. I would encourage anyone who recognises him to contact us immediately."

– Police Sergeant David Hunt


Appeal to find teenager who vanished after leaving for school

Police are still trying to find a teenager who vanished from his home a week ago.

Kevin Bernay Credit: Met Police

15-year-old Kevin Bernay from Mountearl Gardens in Streatham was last seen on 15 April at 08:15am after leaving for school.

Kevin is around 5ft 10ins tall and with dark brown short hair. He was wearing a bright blue blazer and black trousers.

Anyone with information on his whereabouts is asked to call 101 or 0208 649 2111.


Teen sexually assaulted on Wimbledon tram

Officers have released CCTV images of the man they want to trace about the sexual assault on a tram in Wilmbledon Credit: British Transport Police

British Transport Police have released an image of man they would like to speak to following a sexual assault on a tram.

The incident happened between Belgrave Walk station in Mitcham and Dundonald Road station in Wimbledon on Wednesday 25 March shortly before 8am.

The 17-year-old girl boarded the tram at Belgrave Walk heading to Wimbledon but during the journey she was inappropriately touched and assaulted by a man.

Anyone with information is asked to contact British Transport Police on 0800 40 50 40, or text 61016, quoting reference S-SUB/B7 of 17/04/15.

Information can also be passed anonymously to the independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

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