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Police offer £5,000 reward for information on wanted man from Greenwich

Police are offering a £5,000 reward to help trace a man wanted for attempted murder and arson.

Peter O’Brien, 22, from Greenwich, is wanted for class A drugs supply and GBH following offences in Greenwich in July where he punched and strangled a woman causing a fractured skull and bleed to the brain.

He is also wanted by Kent Police for attempted murder and arson following an incident 19 August 19 in West Kingsdown, Kent.

The victim was left with life threatening head injuries and a vehicle used in connection with this offence was later found burnt out.

Officers are offering the reward to anyone who provides information leading to his arrest.

O’Brien is known to frequent Charlton, Woolwich, Eltham, Kidbrooke along with Gravesend and West Kingsdown in Kent.

Members of the public are advised to not approach this man and instead call police on 101, quoting reference CAD 2070/01OCT19.

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