The British Transport Police (BTP) are appealing for information following the racist abuse of two women at Tooting Bec station in south London.
The racist incident occurred on the afternoon of April 3 at 3 pm.
A man pushed himself between two women, on a set of stairs leading towards the platform, before subjecting one of the women to racist abuse.
The BTP has since released a photo of a man they believe can help with their investigation.
Officers want to speak to this man following a racist incident at Tooting Bec station at 3pm on Sunday 3 April.
👉 https://t.co/h9b740om0B pic.twitter.com/1GB3Ws4VGI
— BTP London (@BTPLondon) April 20, 2022
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Our Stratford NPT were with @TellMamaUK @MPSRTPC @MPSTowerHam at Whitechapel Station raising awareness of the work we carry out alongside @TellMamaUK raising awareness of reporting hate crimes and the support available for victims. This sort of behaviour will never be tolerated. pic.twitter.com/kfzNBMGHUJ
— BTP Underground (@BTPUnderground) April 19, 2022
For members of the public who have any information about the racist abuse, or recognise the man pictured, they can text the BTP on 61016 or call 0800 40 50 40 and quoting reference 445 of 03/04/22.
For anonymous tips, individuals can contact the charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
Or, if you want Tell MAMA to contact the BTP anonymously or on your behalf, get in touch via our website, or call our freephone on 0800 456 1226.