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Police appeal for information after racial attack in Dagenham

16:08 18 September 2012

Probe: Police want to speak to this man after the attack in Fieldway - Ref: 106608

Probe: Police want to speak to this man after the attack in Fieldway - Ref: 106608

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Police released pictures of these men today after a racially aggravated assault in Dagenham.

The four young men were caught on CCTV on an N15 bus before two Asian men were attacked in Fieldway.

Police said the victims, both aged 22, were followed from the bus and set upon at around 3.30am on June 17.

A Met spokesman said: “The men shown in the CCTV stills are wanted for questioning in connection with a racial assault on two Asian men who were followed from an N15 night bus. Anyone who can name these individuals should call Crimestoppers.”

Witnesses are asked to quote picture reference numbers if they contact the confidential information line on 0800 555 111.

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