British police are investigating a possible hate crime after a video of the assault was shared online by a neighborhood watch group.
The Jewish security organization Shomrim released a video of the incident on X. The footage shows a woman being dragged to the ground and beaten, before a bystander eventually intervenes to check on her.
“The brutal attack ended with two female criminals continuing to kick the unconscious victim in the head, before laughing over her body and rejoicing as she was 'dead',” according to eyewitness reports. “It ended after saying that,” the scene said. “She was left unresponsive in a puddle and appeared to lose her consciousness for several minutes.”
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The Evening Standard reported that police were able to identify the victim as a 20-year-old Jewish woman, who suffered bruises and was unconscious, but did not need to go to hospital.
Detective Inspector Mike Herrick, of the Metropolitan Police, said: “This was a shocking incident and a frightening experience for the victim, who was fortunate to not suffer any further serious injuries.” “We do not underestimate the psychological impact of a crime such as this and are providing her with all support as we work to identify the suspect.”
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Police have since confirmed the authenticity of the video Shomrim posted and said they are investigating the motive behind the incident, which took place in north London last week.
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Police said in a statement: “Video footage of a young Jewish woman being assaulted and robbed in Haringey yesterday was shared widely this evening. We are not sharing the full footage but can confirm that an investigation has been launched.” Stated. “Officers take any suggestion of a hate crime very seriously and our investigation will include a thorough assessment of the motive for the attack.”