Police are chasing 10 men ‘involved in attacks’ in west London

Met police have released photos of ten men they want to talk to after an alleged attack in west London.

The alleged incident, which according to police happened in June earlier this year, left the victim with injuries that were “equivalent to serious bodily harm”.

According to the officer’s appeal, the attack took place on Hampton Court Road, Hampton Wick in Richmond upon Thames.

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The men pictured appear to be relatively young and wearing a variety of clothing from t-shirts to hoodies.

Richmond Police launched the appeal on Thursday (December 30) on both Twitter and Facebook.



Police have released photos of 10 men they would like to talk to
Police have released photos of 10 men they would like to talk to

The statement read: “We want to talk to the group of 10 men in the picture.

“They are believed to have been involved in an assault in which a man was left with injuries similar to serious bodily injury in June.

“This happened on Hampton Court Road, Hampton Wick, Richmond.”



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On Twitter, someone commented on why there had been a long delay since the incident.

Richmond Police responded: “There are many reasons why it may not be appropriate to appeal.

“A few examples may be because the officer in the case is exploring other investigative options, the issue of consent or support from the victim, or other issues with a given investigation.”

If you know the details of any of these men, please contact the police by calling 101, on our website or to @metcc on twitter with reference to CRIS 0705617/21.

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