Youths could have killer disease
Isleworth assault victim had Hepititus B
Members of a group of youths who attacked a man in Isleworth may have unwittingly contacted a potentially fatal disease. The incident took place on Saturday 2nd July on South Street at around 23.45.
A 40 year old white male was riding his bicycle when he was approached by the youths. For reasons that remain unclear they assaulted him resulting in him bleeding from a cut lip. The man has informed police that he has Hepititus B which can be spread through cuts.
There is no description available of the youths involved.
If you have information about the identity of the youths you are asked to contact the Crime Management Unit on 020 8247 6485.
10 July 2005