Met Police hunt two men after racially motivated attack in Shoreditch


Met Police hunt two men after man, 34, was ‘hit with a metal whipped cream dispenser’ in racially motivated attack in Shoreditch

  • Police want to speak to Connor Donoghue and Jack Marks after a ‘racist’ attack 
  • A 34-year-old man was hit with a metal whipped cream dispenser in Brick Lane 
  • Officers said the attack at 3.30am on July 25 Shoreditch was ‘racially motivated’ 
  • The victim, who has been seriously traumatised, needed facial surgery 










Detectives are hunting two men accused of hitting a 34-year-old man in the face with a metal whipped cream dispenser in a racially motivated attack. 

Scotland Yard said they would like to talk to Connor Donoghue and Jack Marks following the incident on Brick Lane, Shoreditch, at approximately 3.30am on July 25. 

The victim, who is a 34-year-old man, was hit in the face by the metal object by three men. 

The victim suffered serious facial injuries which required reconstructive surgery.

Pictured: Jack Marks

Pictured: Connor Donoghue

Scotland Yard said they would like to talk to Connor Donoghue and Jack Marks following the incident on Brick Lane, Shoreditch, at approximately 3.30am on July 25

The victim, who is a 34-year-old man was hit in the face by the metal object by three men

The victim, who is a 34-year-old man was hit in the face by the metal object by three men

According to a spokesperson: ‘Due to the language used by the suspects, the incident is being treated as a racially motivated hate crime.’

Detective Constable Caelen Matthewson-Davies of the Central East Command, who is investigating the incident, said: ‘This was an unnecessary and needless use of force on an innocent man and we need the public’s help.

‘If you know these men, or have any information that may help with our investigation, please do the right thing and get in touch.

According to a spokesperson: 'Due to the language used by the suspects, the incident is being treated as a racially motivated hate crime'

According to a spokesperson: ‘Due to the language used by the suspects, the incident is being treated as a racially motivated hate crime’

‘I thank the victim for his support throughout the investigation during what must have been an awful time.

‘He is also seriously emotionally traumatised and has been having panic attacks.’

Anyone with information on the attack is asked to contact the police on 101 or tweet @METCC quoting CAD 4370/26Aug. 

People can also contact the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111, or online at www.Crimestoppers-uk.org.  

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