Police hunt man accused of spraying antisemitic graffiti on MP office

  • The graffiti was sprayed onto the office building of MP Feryal Clark last month  

Police are hunting a hooded man wearing a Covid mask who is accused of spraying antisemitic graffiti onto a Labour MP’s office building in north London

A still taken from CCTV footage has been released in a bid to track down the suspect, who is pictured with hood up and wearing a blue face mask, after Feryal Clark’s office on Hertford Road in Enfield, was vandalised. 

The incident happened just after 11pm on November 21. 

Enfield North MP Ms Clark shared a picture of the graffiti on X, formerly known as Twitter, with the caption: ‘The cowards who sprayed graffiti on my office shutters, the police have CCTV footage and the paint will be removed today. 

‘Next time, just try emailing!’ 

A still taken from CCTV footage has been released in a bid to track down the suspect, who is pictured with hood up and wearing a blue face mask

The antisemitic graffiti was sprayed onto the shutters of the MPs office

Enfield North MP Ms Clark shared a picture of the graffiti on X, formerly known as Twitter , with the caption: 'The cowards who sprayed graffiti on my office shutters, the police have CCTV footage and the paint will be removed today'

Antisemitic crime in the UK has risen sharply amid the renewed conflict in Gaza, with more than 1,000 incidents logged by Jewish charity the Community Security Trust since the attack by Hamas on October 7.

PC Louis Blackburne-Maze, who is leading the investigation said: ‘This was a racially aggravated crime.

‘There is no place for hate in London and it’s important that everyone feels safe on our streets.

‘We are very keen to speak to this man so if you know who he is or have any other information that could help, we encourage you to get in touch with police.

Anyone with information about the graffiti can call police on 020 8246 9386 quoting the reference CAD 1361/04DEC23, or contact the force on X @MetCC.

To remain anonymous, contact Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 or online.

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