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Manhunt underway after victim glassed in face during Kilburn attack

PUBLISHED: 14:58 13 October 2017 | UPDATED: 14:58 13 October 2017

The 27-year-old glassed his victim in the face causing grievous bodily harm. Picture: METROPOLITAN POLICE

The 27-year-old glassed his victim in the face causing grievous bodily harm. Picture: METROPOLITAN POLICE

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A manhunt is underway after a man was glassed in the face in Kilburn.

Patrick Joseph O’Keeffe attacked another man in Cambridge Avenue on April 16. Picture: MET POLICEPatrick Joseph O’Keeffe attacked another man in Cambridge Avenue on April 16. Picture: MET POLICE

Patrick Joseph O’Keeffe got into a row with another man in Cambridge Avenue on April 16 this year.

The 27-year-old then glassed his victim in the face causing grievous bodily harm.

Detectives also want to speak to O’Keeffe in connection with further offences including assaulting officers.

Anyone with information on his whereabouts should call the RTPC fugitive unit on 07769366879 or 101.

You can also call anonymously via Crime Stoppers on 0800 555 111.

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