The Police are looking to track down this man to speak to him about a sexual assault that happened in front of other passengers on a train in South East London.
It is thought that no one intervened because they may have looked like a couple but this is not the case. The police are following several lines of enquiry for the case but would like anyone on the train who witnessed the assault to come forward.
The assault went on for 20 minutes before the man left the train.
here were a few people on the train at the time who may have thought the pair were a couple and were reluctant to step in.
This was not the case and I am urging these people to come forward as they may have information crucial to our investigation.
The man’s behaviour was totally unacceptable and inappropriate and we are currently following several lines of enquiry.
– DETECTIVE CONSTABLE ANDY PARKINSON, BRITISH TRANSPORT POLICE
Anyone with information can contact British Transport Police on 0800 40 50 40, or text 61016, quoting reference B8/SSUB of 15/08/2014.
This is a CCTV image of one of the men that the British Transport Police are looking to speak to in relation to an attack that happened on the 9.56pm service to Dartford at Charing Cross station.
A couple boarded this train and trouble began when a group got on the train at either Waterloo East or London Bridge and sat close by. Shortly after 10pm on Saturday, April 5 the couple were hit by three members of the group in what police are describing as "a violent and sustained attack".
There are two men and a woman that the police would like to speak to in connection with the incident.
Pc Jason Weston-Collinson, who is leading the investigation, said: "This was a nasty assault which left the victims badly hurt and, understandably, very upset.
"I am determined to catch those responsible and bring them to justice."
Anyone with information should contact British Transport Police on 0800 40 50 40, or text 61016, quoting reference SSUB/B4 of 11/06/2014 or speak to Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
Picture: British Transport Police
During an argument on the Victoria line (filmed and put on Youtube naturally) a woman lunges and bites a man to passengers surprise.
The video footage shows a man apparently pushing a woman, who then appears to lunge mouth first at his arm. Both then continue to push and jostle one another until they get off at Kings Cross and complain to staff, the mad showing his ouchy arm.
Although this happened last year not incident was reported and police are now trying to track down the pair.
Watch the video here.
Anyone with information is asked to call police on 0800 40 50 40 or text 61016, quoting the reference 274 of 25/06/2014.
Police have released less than brilliant CCTV images of a man they are looking for in connection with an attempted stabbing in Shoreditch.
On Sunday 5th January a girl was followed into Shoreditch Park and threatened at knifepoint while walking home in Dalston. Luckily the girl, in her 20s was able to fight the man off.
The rather blurry CCTV image is of the man the police want to speak to.
He is described by police as white, between 5'7" and 5'9" tall, and is said to have spoken with a cockney accent. He was wearing a knee length coat, jeans and a black flat cap.
Anyone who recognises him or has any information is asked to call police on 0207 275 3164, or contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
Police are looking for a woman as they are concerned for her well-being after an attempted baby snatch in a London hospital on Saturday.
Police have released the above CCTV image of the woman who asked to see a baby as it was wheeled through St Thomas’ Hospital in central London. As the cot slowed the lady reached in to the child and then quickly pulled away. The lady did not touch the child but the police are concerned for her well being. The police reported that the family got into a lift with the child and the woman could not follow, they said, “She remained in the area for a short time before then leaving the hospital.”
They added “Whilst officers do not believe this was a serious attempt to snatch the baby, they are concerned for the well-being of the woman and are keen to make contact with her.
“She is described as a light-skinned black woman, aged 20 to 25, 5ft 2ins, of slim build, wearing a grey hooded jacket, red-orange jumper, light-blue jeans and with a JD Sports carrier bag.”
Anyone with information is asked to call police on 101.