On Wednesday, the Metropolitan Police released new images of men suspected of assaulting Jewish men in northern London.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art has been looking for men since August 20 after receiving reports of five unprovoked attacks on August 18.
CCTV footage released by Jewish surveillance group Shomrim shows that a man in white Islamic clothing and a khaki jacket is attacking several unprovoked Jewish men. .. A 64-year-old man whose face was beaten Then I fell to the ground at Stamford Hill. According to the Metropolitan Museum of Art, he suffered from facial injuries and broken legs.
Shown to have the same guy Hit a 30 year old Jewish man Bring a bottle to Cazenove Road. The Jews were not injured.
He was also photographed Hit a 14 year old Jewish boy A person walking on the Holmdale Terrace. The Metropolitan Museum of Art said the boy was not permanently injured.
Police said they received the report the 4th And for the fifth attack, the victims have not yet been identified.
Investigator Yasmine Lalani said on Friday that police remained open-minded about the motives behind the assault, but the case was treated as a hate crime.
In the latest development, police proved that the man stayed at a hostel on Seven Sisters Road in Hackney from August 17th to 19th.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art was previously suspected by the local Jewish and Muslim community Never seen locally before, And a Seven Sisters Road clerk who interacted with the man suggested that he might have a northern, perhaps Yorkshire accent.
“We are determined to identify the person responsible for these unprovoked attacks,” Lalani said on Wednesday.
Lalani urged those who stayed at the same hostel and at the same time with the suspect to move forward if they had any information.
Lalani also urged the suspect to move forward.
“It’s important to conclude these cases,” Lalani said.
After a 64-year-old man was injured on his way to the synagogue, London Mayor Sadiq Khan said:[s] This horrifying attack. “
“I’ll make it clear that there is absolutely no racist abuse or hate crimes in our city, including anti-Semitism,” the Islamic mayor wrote on Twitter on August 23.
The victim told PA News Agency on August 22 that he could not remember the incident because he lost consciousness.
“I hit my head against the wall, and that was it, I don’t remember,” he said.
“The police take this very seriously because there is so much anxiety in the community, but we are a very close, welcoming and affectionate community.”
PA contributed to this report.