Female attacker stamps on 25-year-old's face in Bellingham leaving her with fractured cheek

Female attacker stamps on 25-year-old's face in Bromley leaving her with fractured cheek

Female attacker stamps on 25-year-old's face in Bromley leaving her with fractured cheek

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Lewisham police are hunting this woman in connection with an attempted robbery which left a young woman with a fractured cheekbone.

The 25-year-old victim had caught the 136 bus outside Lewisham train station at around 7.30pm on February 10.

As the woman got off at Bromley Road she took out her phone and began walking along Whitefoot Lane at around 8pm.

The suspect followed her off the bus and asked for the time. When she gave the suspect the time on her watch she was then asked to give the time from her phone.

The victim refused and began to walk quickly away before the suspect pushed her to the ground and stamped on her face.

The victim sustained a fractured cheekbone along with various bumps and bruises while the suspect ran away and jumped on a nearby bus.

Call Lewisham Police on 0208 284 8472/8413; or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

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