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Man has ‘acid sprayed in his face’ during suspected street robbery attack

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A person has reportedly been attacked with acid during a suspected street robbery in London.

At simply earlier than 11.20am, London Ambulance Service and London Fire Brigade had been referred to as to “reviews of a corrosive substance attack” at Bloomsbury Place, Holborn.

The man, who the pressure say was in his 30s, had been sprayed in the face “with a substance that had infected/irritated his eyes”.

The sufferer, who was sporting a white swimsuit, and was handled on the scene.

No arrests have but been made and a criminal offense scene stays in place, it was confirmed.

No arrests have but been made, a press release mentioned

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The full assertion from the Metropolitan Police reads: “Police had been referred to as at 11:18hrs on Tuesday, 13 April to reviews of a corrosive substance attack at Bloomsbury Place, WCI.

“At the scene, a male, aged 30s, had been sprayed in the face with a substance that had infected/irritated his eyes.

“At this early stage detectives consider that the attack was sustained during a private robbery.”

The attack happened in Holborn just before 11.20am

The attack occurred in Holborn simply earlier than 11.20am

No arrests have but been made, it was confirmed.

The assertion learn: “The sufferer was handled by medics and London Fire Brigade on the scene. We await additional updates.

“There have been no arrests.

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“A criminal offense scene stays in place.”

Police are encouraging anybody who witnessed the incident to name the police on 101, tweet @MetCC quoting 2507/13APR, or anonymously contact impartial charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 or go to Crimestoppers_uk.org.