A Muslim woman had her hijab pulled down on a busy north London street in racially-motivated assault and police is asking for help to find the attackers.
London police are asking for help finding two men who pulled off the headscarf of the woman in her 20s, who was shocked and distressed after the Sept. 28 attack. Police says she was not physically hurt.
Detective Ben Cousin said police will not tolerate "racially and religiously motivated crimes" and asked for help locating the two suspects.
Police say the two men, believed to be in their late 20s or early 30s, approached the woman from behind and yanked down the headscarf she was wearing to cover her head and neck.
The first suspect is described as a white man with blond or ginger shaved hair and stubble.
The second suspect is described as a man of Mediterranean appearance, clean shaven with spiky hair. He was wearing a grey hooded top.