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Police appeal after woman, 52, pushed down stairs at King’s Cross St Pancras

PUBLISHED: 08:07 09 January 2018

Do you know this man? Police want to speak to him in connection with a violent attack at King’s Cross St Pancras tube station. Picture: British Transport Police

Do you know this man? Police want to speak to him in connection with a violent attack at King’s Cross St Pancras tube station. Picture: British Transport Police

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A man is wanted in connection with a violent unprovoked attack in which a woman in her 50s was pushed down a staircase at King’s Cross St Pancras tube station.

Do you know this man? Police want to speak to him in connection with a violent attack at King’s Cross St Pancras tube station. Picture: British Transport Police Do you know this man? Police want to speak to him in connection with a violent attack at King’s Cross St Pancras tube station. Picture: British Transport Police

At about 5.30pm on November 10, the 52-year-old victim was walking through an Underground concourse among a busy crowd. She was keeping to the left of a main walkway.

A man was walking in the opposite direction of the crowd and shoulder barged the victim. The man then turned round and followed the victim to the top of a flight of stairs.

At the top of the stairs, the man kicked the victim in the back, causing her to fall down. The victim was left with a fractured bone in her wrist along with bruising and soft tissue damage.

Anyone with information on the man from the CCTV stills is asked to call British Transport Police on 0800 40 50 40, quoting reference 430 of November 10, 2017. Alternatively, call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

2 comments

  • He isn't any brother of mine. he is a disgrace to all black people everywhere who, like me, are just trying to get on with our fellow Londoners. I'm sorry that your situation, (Dawn), is so terrible but people like this deserve to thrown in prison for a very, very long time. I hope they catch this little thug soon before he kills somebody.

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    JDCT

    Wednesday, January 10, 2018

  • EVEN IF I KNEW THIS BROTHER I WOULD NEVER GIVE HIM UP DUE TO THE FACT EVERY TIME THE SHEET AND WEE ON ME THE PIGS DO NOTHING , I BEEN RACIAL ABUSED FOR MORE THAN TEN YEARS BY MY NEIGHBOURS AND THE KNOCKED ME DOWN IN A CAR AND I PROVIDE PICTURE AND NUMBER PLATE OF CAR AND DRIVER AND PIG MAN DONT HELP ME EVER ALL I WANT TO DO IS MOVE HOME AND I WOULD ADVISE ANYONE WANTING O MOVE TO N1 KINGS CROSS TO JUST FORGET IT AS ITS MY BIGEST MISTAKE TO DATE AND STIL LIVE THERE SADLEY IN THIS CRIME HOT SPOT

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    Dawn Shaw

    Tuesday, January 9, 2018

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