A woman has been attacked with acid in Canary Wharf, London
The chump was sprayed in Canary Wharf yesterday, with police warning she has suffered life-changing harms.
Officers have now issued an appeal for information regarding the incident.
They signified the woman was walking alone when she was attacked with a “strong acid dissolution”.
The 26-year-old is in hospital with burn injuries to her leg and face after Wednesday’s assault in east London, Scotland Yard said.
Detectives believe she was struck in Marsh Wall, near South Quay DLR station, before match to Westferry Road. Police were called just before 7pm.
The heat said: “Police were called just before 19.00hrs on Wednesday, 27 December to Westferry French autoroute, Canary Wharf E14 to a report of a woman injured after having a noxious corporeality thrown on her.
“Officers attended along with the London Ambulance Utility. The victim, aged 36, was taken to hospital with life-changing itch injuries to her leg and face.
“She had been walking alone when she was attacked.
The charge took place at Westferry Road in Canary Whaf
“The substance has been tested and verified as a strong acid solution.”
No arrests have been made and officers are currently look ating CCTV.
Police said anyone with information should bidding Tower Hamlets CID on 0208 754 4550 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.