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Police seal off cycle track after man found injured

Crime / Wed 11th Aug 2021 at 08:09am

Statement from Essex Police

We were called to reports a man had been struck to head with what has been described as a bottle in the Pennymead area of Harlow at 11.30pm on Tuesday 10 August.

The man had sustained an injury to his head.

Our enquiries are ongoing.

If you have any information you can submit a report online at https://www.essex.police.uk or use the ‘Live Chat’ button to speak to an online operator between 7am-11pm.

Please quote incident 1455 of 10 August.

You can also call us on 101 or contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

Essex Police has sealed off a section off cycle track in Harlow.

The section of track runs from Momples Road (near Purple Emperor pub) to the back of Blackbush Spring.

Two officers were guarding the scene when YH attended at just before 9am.

YH has contacted their press office and will publish a statement in due course.

More follows.

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6 Comments for Police seal off cycle track after man found injured:

novoman
2021-08-11 08:32:31

Unfortunately it looks like the cycle network needs to be covered by cctv.

Richard
2021-08-11 08:46:11

Everything In Harlow needs covering by CCTV !

Ray
2021-08-11 08:51:48

Police do not always pay attention to CCTV.

iain
2021-08-11 09:12:26

Probably related to the open drug dealing that occurs frequently on that stretch of cycle track. Or the Slavs that hang around in the woods alongside the track drinking beer.

Darren
2021-08-11 14:28:18

Definitely agree cctv is needed not the first time in harlow

Stacy
2021-08-12 01:02:52

That cycle path is used by young children to get to school and clubs ( during holidays, before and after open school days and leisure) It’s not well lit either. I have seen many things down there. There is always broken glass bottles and litter that never gets cleared until routine clearance. Labour apparent run area.

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