Six people identified following antisemitic hate crime in Hillingdon

Officers have identified six suspects after a Jewish woman was subjected to intimidating behaviour and abuse in a coffee shop in Hillingdon.

The incident was reported on 20 October and had taken place three days earlier in a coffee shop in Joel Street, Northwood.

The young woman was reported to have been with friends, discussing the Middle East conflict. A group behind them then started to make comments about this. The suspect group left and then entered the coffee shop again, shouting antisemitic abuse.

CCTV enquiries have now led to five of the suspects being identified and interviewed under caution. A six person has been identified and will be interviewed shortly.

Officers will continue to update the victim as enquiries progress and a case is built.


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