Trio are hunted after racially-aggravated attack on two women

Trio are hunted after racially-aggravated attack on two women in their 20s taking Tube home after night out that left victims with broken leg and head injury

  • Police wish to speak to three people filmed on CCTV after an assault in Wembley
  • Two victims were approached after a night out and brutally attacked in the street
  • One woman had surgery for a broken leg, while another had stitches in her head
  • One of the victims is of Pakistani origin and was subjected to offensive insults
  • Police wish to speak to three people caught on CCTV after two women were attacked in Wembley after a night out.

    The incident in the early hours of Sunday, ottobre 24, has been described as racially aggravated by police.

    Le vittime, two women in their 20s, were heading home after a night out when they were approached in the street by two women and a man in Montrose Crescent, close to Wembley Central Station.

    One of the women police wish to speak to regarding the incident

    Another woman was among the three people police wish to question

    Police wish to speak to two women (nella foto) and a man who they believe can help with their enquiries

    Police also wish to speak with this man regarding the attack on the two victims,

    Police also wish to speak with this man regarding the attack on the two victims,

    One of the women asked the victims for a cigarette.

    When the victims declined, saying they didn’t have any cigarettes, a physical assault took place during which one of the victims sustained a broken leg, which required surgery.

    The second victim suffered a head injury that required stitches.

    One of the victims is of Pakistani origin and was the subject of offensive comments made during the assault.

    The suspects walked away from the scene.

    Anyone who can identify any of the people pictured should call the Met Police on 101 or Tweet @MetCC quoting 2621/12JAN22 .

    To remain 100% anonymous call the independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

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