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New images of men wanted in connection with racist abuse at Bromley South station

PUBLISHED: 11:24 13 May 2013 | UPDATED: 11:29 13 May 2013

British Transport Police would like to speak with these men over alleged racial abuse at Bromley South station.

British Transport Police would like to speak with these men over alleged racial abuse at Bromley South station.

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New images have been released of three men wanted in connection with racist abuse suffered by an Orpington man at Bromley South station.

After a previous appeal in April, images of three people have been obtained from the time of the incident in early hours of Friday, March 29.

The victim is a 41-year-old black man, who was waiting on platform four at around 12.50am when three men began to swear at him and use racially abusive language.

When his train arrived the victim boarded a separate carriage to the men, but the abuse continued when all four got off the train at St Mary Cray station.

Pc Neil Allison, investigating officer, said: “The victim was understandably very shaken by his experience, and we are determined to find those responsible.

“Anyone who recognises the men pictured, or knows their whereabouts, should get in touch.”

Those with information are asked to contact British Transport Police on Freefone 0800 40 50 40 quoting B22/ LSA of 17/04/2013.

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