A CCTV picture of the man being sought by police after an unprovoked attack on a female outside a west London pub has been released.
27-year-old victim sustained a severe leg injury when he was pushed to the ground in Shepherd’s Bush by an unidentified man. This happened in the early morning of December 5.
After being flagged by the public, police found the woman. She is currently being treated in the hospital.
Met reported that a second woman, who was also struck by the man, did not sustain any severe injuries.
A photo of a man in a green jacket and dark trousers shared by the force. They are trying to find him as a connection to this incident.
A CCTV photo (pictured above), showing a suspect in an unprovoked attack on a female victim, 27-years old, outside Shepherd’s Bush pub, west London, has been released by police
In a statement, the Met stated: “Detectives have released CCTV images of a man that they need to identify.
“At around 02:10 on Sunday, December 5, officers stationed in the Uxbridge Road area, W12 were flagged by the public.
They found a 27 year-old female victim who suffered injuries from being shoved to the ground by an unidentified man in a pub.
“She is still being treated for serious leg injuries in the hospital.”
Detectives from Central West CID (Hammersmith and Fulham) are currently conducting an investigation.
Detective Constable Laura McDonagh said: ‘This was a completely random assault, in which a man – without any provocation – pushed two women to the pavement.
After being shoved to the ground outside of a Uxbridge Road pub (file photo below), the victim sustained a serious leg injury. This was in the early morning hours of December 5.
“The woman who sustained injuries to her head will need ongoing care and has suffered severe consequences.
“Assaults against women will not be tolerated, and we are committed to identifying those responsible.
“I urge everyone who was there at that time to speak up and come forward. If you recognize the man shown in the photo, call the police.
Anybody with any information should call 101 and quote the reference CAD901/05Dec. Or, you can anonymously contact Crimestoppers.