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These are the people currently most wanted by the Met Police.

Wanted man

Detectives are renewing appeals for help to trace a man they want to identify following anti-Semitic abuse on bus.

Officers from the Met’s Road & Transport Command continue work to identify the man pictured after a passenger on a bus in central London was subjected to a torrent of anti-Semitic abuse.

The incident happened at around 23:33hrs on Saturday, 3 July. A man was reported to have made anti-Semitic comments and threats towards a man on a route 113 bus near Oxford Circus.

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Officers are aware of a video posted on social media following the incident and are in contact with the victim.

Despite extensive enquiries the man has not been identified at this time. There have been no arrests.

DCI Michael Dougall, Crime Manager of RTPC CID said: “The Met takes hate crime extremely seriously. Incidents of this nature against any individual or group will not be tolerated and have no place in our city.

"The victim of this abuse was simply on his way home on the bus. No one should have to go through that experience and we will act quickly and robustly in response to all reported crimes of this nature.

“Someone must recognise this man so please do the right thing and contact police."

Wanted man

Officers are working to trace a man in connection with an unprovoked assault in Islington.

Police were contacted at 13:00hrs on Thursday, 1 July following a third party report of an unprovoked assault on Whistler Street, N5.

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The victim, a 25-year-old man, was reported to have been walking in the street when he was approached by a man and punched in the face without warning. The suspect then left the scene.

Officers spoke to the victim over the phone following the incident. He had suffered a facial injury.

There have been no arrests.

They would like to speak to the man pictured and are asking anyone who can identify him to tweet @MetCC or call 101 reference CAD 2818/06Aug21.

Wanted man

Officers investigating an assault on a bus driver in Harrow have released an image of a man they would like to speak to.

Police were called at 16:00hrs on Wednesday, 5 May after the driver, a man in his 30s, was found injured outside North Harrow Underground Station.

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Officers attended along with London Ambulance Service. It was reported that the driver had been punched by a passenger who he had challenged for not wearing a face mask.

The driver was taken to hospital where he received treatment for a head injury. He has since been discharged and has made a full recovery.

Detectives from the Met's Roads and Transport Policing Command are investigating and have recovered CCTV from the bus.

Anyone who recognises the man in this image is asked to call police on 101 or tweet @MetCC quoting CAD 4594/05May. To remain anonymous contact Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

Euro final appeal

The following people are wanted in connection with disorder at Euro 2020 final.

Can you help police identify who they are?

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Following events at Wembley and in central London on the day of the final, the Met's Public Order Crime Team launched an investigation to identify those responsible for any offences.

Detective Sergeant Matt Simpson, from the Met’s Public Order Crime Team, said: “We are now looking to identify a further 15 individuals following our first appeal on Saturday, 17 July.

“These individuals are wanted in relation to multiple different offences which led to the disorder at the Euro 2020 final."

Anyone who can identify the people in the new set of images being released is urged to call 101 or tweet @MetCC, providing the reference 7858/16JUL.

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All of these wanted people are not to be approached and any sightings ring 999.

Anyone with information can ring Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 or leave a message on the police social media pages.