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CCTV images released by police investigating attack on Feryal Clark MP’s office

The Met Police would like to talk to three men in relation to offensive graffiti sprayed on the Enfield North MP’s office in Enfield Wash

Edmonton Police Station
Edmonton Police Station

Three men have been identified on CCTV by police investigating an attack on the office of Enfield North MP Feryal Clark.

Officers released the images of the people they would like to talk to after graffiti relating to the conflict between Israel and Hamas was sprayed on the Labour MP’s office in Hertford Road, Enfield Wash, at 11.05pm on Tuesday, 21st November.

No arrests have yet been made as the investigation continues.

PC Louis Blackburne-Maze, who is leading the investigation, said: “Everyone has the right to protest and to have their voice heard, but when that crosses the line into criminality, as it clearly did in this incident, we will take action.


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“Elected representatives have an important role to play and they expect to be held to account, but that should not involve feeling unsafe. Neither they nor their staff should have to face targeted attacks and intimidation.

“Officers investigating this incident have examined CCTV footage from the local area and we have identified three suspects that we would like to speak to. I would urge anyone reading this appeal who recognises them to get in touch.”

Update (20th December):

The three suspects are no longer being sought, with no charges being made. The Dispatch has been told: “There has been engagement with the young people involved and the MP’s office, and the police are not taking the matter further”.


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