Police Hunt Men Who Filmed Up Woman's Skirt On Tube

21 September 2016, 07:10

King's Cross BTP suspect

Police are hunting for two men who were spotted filming up a woman's skirt on the Tube.

The victim was completely unaware of the incident at King's Cross on 29th August at 1.21pm - and only realised when another passenger noticed.

As she sat on the Tube, two men sat opposite her and placed their mobile phones low down, filming up her skirt.

When she was told about it, the victim challenged the men and contacted the police after leaving the train at London Bridge.

Investigating Officer PC Jay Cremin said: “I am keen to speak to the man in the image as I believe he holds vital information that could help. If you recognise yourself in the image I urge you to contact British Transport Police.”
Anyone with any information should contact British Transport Police on 0800 40 50 40 or text 61016 citing reference 158 20/09/2016.

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