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Man wanted after Wembley stabbing

PUBLISHED: 07:45 22 June 2018

Wanted: Amari Reed. Picture: Met Police

Wanted: Amari Reed. Picture: Met Police

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Do you know this man? He’s wanted by Brent Police in connection with a stabbing in Wembley.

Amari Reed, 29, is being sought after a man, 20, was stabbed in Hirst Crescent on Wednesday.

Police were called by paramedics just before 8pm, with the victim suffering a stab would to his left forearm.

He was taken to hospital, where he remains. His condition is not believed to be life threatening or life changing.

Anyone with information on Amari Reed’s whereabouts is asked to call 07747 476161, quoting CRIS 1915449/18.

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