Police seek man who entered kosher butcher in Stamford Hill, shouted antisemitic abuse and pointed fingers at Jews in gun gesture
Police and Stamford Hill Shomrim are looking for a man who walked into a kosher butcher’s shop in Stamford Hill, shouting antisemitic abuse and pointing his fingers at Jews in a gun gesture.
The incident took place just after 16:00 today when the man walked into Royal Meats demanding food. When asked what he would like to buy, witnesses say he began swearing, apparently expecting to be given food free of charge. He is alleged to have shouted: “You f***ing Jews, I am German, you f***ing Jews are bad people”, before pointing his fingers at people in the shop in a gun gesture.
The suspect is described as a white male, approximately 40 years of age, with a tall, medium build. He was wearing green trousers, a black coat, a black ‘beanie’ hat and a black rucksack. He was seen boarding a number 76 bus at around 16:15.
Anybody with information should call the police on 101, citing reference number CAD 4725/26/12/19, or call Stamford Hill Shomrim on 0300 999 0123.