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CCTV Footage Released in Search for Elm Park Tube Station Assault Suspects After Acid Attack

British Transport Police have disseminated CCTV footage capturing three individuals sought in connection with an assault at Elm Park tube station, occurring just after 8 p.m. on February 24. The incident resulted in the victims requiring hospital treatment, although their injuries were deemed neither life-threatening nor permanently debilitating.

The images shared by authorities feature two men and one woman. The first man is depicted in a black puffer jacket, complemented by a black face covering and hat. His counterpart is seen in a black coat. The woman stands out in a cream jacket paired with blue jeans and Converse shoes, noticeably carrying a green jacket over her arm, told Daily Mail.

This incident adds to a concerning pattern of attacks involving corrosive substances, reminiscent of an event a month prior in Clapham, South London, where a mother and her two daughters were targeted. Detective Inspector Marvin Bruno emphasized the British Transport Police’s zero-tolerance stance towards violence on the railway network, assuring the public of ongoing efforts to identify and capture those responsible for such acts.

He expressed a particular interest in speaking with the individuals in the released footage or anyone with pertinent information, believing they could significantly aid the investigation.

Bruno urged anyone familiar with the people in the photos or possessing any relevant details to come forward and assist in the investigation, underlining the importance of community cooperation in maintaining safety and order on the rail network.

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