‘Erratic’ man with knife charges at crowds in Primrose Hill

Police have been referred to as to a packed Primrose Hill on Tuesday, March 30, to studies of a man armed with a knife behaving erratically.

Video from the scene seems to point out a battle breaking out between a number of males, earlier than a man sporting what seems like a hi-vis jacket and a motorbike helmet charges into the crowds, brandishing what seems to be a knife.

He chases individuals into the group, who disperse in panic.

Despite studies of a stabbing, police say there have been no accidents.

The incident comes after a day of Primrose Hill park being packed filled with Londoners having fun with the sunshine.

A Metropolitan Police spokesperson stated: “Police have been referred to as at 5.50pm on Tuesday, 30 March to studies of a male armed with a knife behaving erratically at Primrose Hill Park.

“Police attended and a search of the realm was carried out with no hint of the male being discovered.

“Officers stay in the realm.

“There have been no reported accidents.

“Enquiries proceed.”

Anyone who witnessed this incident or has footage/photographs is requested to contact police on 101 or Tweet @MetCC quoting 6085/30MAR.

To stay nameless name the impartial charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 or go to Crimestoppers_uk.org.

A Section 60 has been authorised and officers stay in the realm.

Were you at the scene? Do you’ve any extra info on what occurred? Email [email protected].

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