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‘Psycho maniac’ on scooter ‘threatens 18-year-old with Rambo knife’ in East London

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A ‘psycho maniac’ on a scooter ‘threatened an 18-year-old with a Rambo knife’ in East London.

Police are trying to find a person who brandished a big serrated weapon on the teenage boy in Bow Common Lane, Tower Hamlets simply after 4.15pm yesterday (May 12).

The sufferer had been sitting in his automotive when he was approached by a person who requested him the place he was from earlier than producing a knife.

The sufferer drove away, and the matter was reported to police.

According to a publish on social media purporting to be by the 18-year-old’s dad, the ‘psycho maniac’ particular person has been ‘terrorising random folks’ in the realm with a ‘Rambo knife’ that hangs from his waist.

A Metropolitan Police assertion stated: “At 4.16pm on Wednesday, May 12, police obtained a report of a person seen with a knife at Bow Common Lane, E3.

“The sufferer, an 18-year-old man, had been sitting in his automotive at Bow Common Lane when he was approached by a male who requested him the place he was from earlier than producing a knife.

“The sufferer drove away and the matter was reported to police.

“Officers from Tower Hamlets inside the Central East Command are investigating.

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“At this early stage there have been no arrests. Enquiries are ongoing.

“Anyone who has info however has not but spoken with police ought to name 101 or Tweet @MetCC.

“To stay 100 per cent nameless name the impartial charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

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