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Police hunt one-eared man in connection with Newington Green attack

15:22 27 August 2014

Anthony John Kenny, 25

Anthony John Kenny, 25

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A man with no left ear and “North London” tattooed on his hand is wanted by police in connection with a vicious attack in Newington Green.

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Officers would like to speak to Anthony John Kenny, 25, after a man was left with slash wounds to the face from an attack in Green Lanes.

Kenny. who has links in Islington, Chelmsford and St Albans, is white and has “Stand alone” tattooed on his neck.

The public are advised not to approach him and should call 999 if seen.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Islington CID on 07766 781861 or via 101.

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