Manhunt for group of thugs who hurled ‘corrosive substance’ at boys

Police have launched a manhunt after two boys had a corrosive substance thrown over them at a London Tube station.

British Transport Police (BTP) has launched photographs of three individuals who they wish to converse to after the incident which occurred at Elm Park Tube station on Saturday, February 24.

The power mentioned the victims had been attacked simply after 8pm and had been left needing hospital remedy. Their accidents aren’t considered life-threatening o life-changing.

CCTV photographs present two males, one in every of whom is carrying a black puffer jacket, in addition to a black face masking and black baseball cap. The different is seen carrying a black coat.

Also pictured is a girl carrying a cream jacket, blue denims and converse trainers, whereas additionally holding a inexperienced coat.

British Transport Police have released CCTV images of three people they want to speak to in relation to the incident

British Transport Police have launched CCTV photographs of three individuals they wish to converse to in relation to the incident

Investigating officer Detective Inspector Marvin Bruno mentioned: ‘Violence in any type is not going to be tolerated on the rail community and we want to reassure the travelling public that our officers are working tirelessly to determine and apprehend these accountable.

‘We are actually eager to talk to the individuals within the photographs, or anybody else who witnessed the incident, as we imagine they’ve info which may assist our investigation. If them or have any info that may assist, please get in contact.’

Anyone who recognises the individuals above, or has another info, is requested to contact British Transport Police by texting 61016 or by calling 0800 40 50 40 quoting reference 803 of 24/02/24.

Alternatively, you may name Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.