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Appeal for London Bridge fight witnesses

Police officers today appealed for witnesses to a fight at London Bridge tube station to come forward.

The fight, which caused a passenger minor injuries, took place at 7 am on August 21, on a Jubilee line platform.

The brawl had broken out among a group of boys on the platform after passengers had gotten off the train.

It then continued and spread over onto a Northern line platform.

Police have already arrested two boys – one aged fifteen from Ealing, and another aged thirteen from Bedford – in connection with the fight and have released them under investigation.

But now they’re asking for witnesses to come forward and help them in their inquiries.

If you were at London Bridge Underground Station then contact the British Transport Police by calling 0800 40 50 40 or texting 61016, with reference 99 of 21 August.

 

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