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Antisemitic comments and gestures on the Tube

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London – Police are hunting two men after a Tube passenger was
allegedly subjected to antisemitic comments and gestures.

 

The alleged victim, 20, who is from Hendon, is said to have been
targeted on a Northern Line train after getting on at Leicester Square at
around 5.30pm on February 18.

 

Wanted: the men are alleged to have made anti-semitic comments

Wanted: the men are alleged to have made antisemitic comments

 

Detectives today released the images of two men wanted in connection
with the alleged incident, which they are treating as a hate crime.

 

Detective Constable Oliver Carne said: “During the journey two men
boarded the service and made antisemitic remarks and gestures towards the
victim.

 

“This was an intimidating and upsetting experience for the victim
and I’d urge anyone who recognises these two men, or has any information that
could assist officers with the investigation, to contact us.

 

“Hate crime is completely unacceptable and we will do everything we
can to bring offenders to justice.”