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Several requests have been made to identify five individuals following the spreading of videos online depicting incidents at London railway stations during Armistice Day.
The British Transport Police shared photos of four individuals they wish to communicate with regarding a racially motivated incident at Waterloo station on Saturday.
The police have shared a photo of a woman they wish to speak with regarding a reported incident of anti-Semitic hate at Victoria station.
A video lasting 90 seconds was uploaded online, capturing an incident at Waterloo station where men can be heard repeatedly using foul language, such as shouting “terrorist f******” and “we were born in this country”.
A video, shared on social media, depicts an altercation where one individual is heard yelling “death to all the Jews” at Victoria station.
Following a pro-Palestinian rally in central London on Saturday, hundreds of thousands of participants were met with numerous arrests of counter-protesters.
If you know the woman, please reach out to the British Transport Police by sending a text to 61016 or calling 0800 40 50 40. Remember to mention reference number 217 from November 12.
If you can recognize the group of males, please reach out to the British Transport Police via text at 61016 or by calling 0800 40 50 40. Make sure to mention reference number 217 from November 12.
You have the option to provide information anonymously by contacting Crimestoppers at 0800 555 111.