London police seek four men after ‘racist’ coronavirus attack on East Asian student

Police have discharged pictures of four men they wish to address in connection with a “racism attack” where speculates focused on a Singapore man of Chinese ethnicity in London.

Jonathan Mok wrote on Facebook that he was attacked by a group of people on Oxford Street on February 24, taking note of that one of his aggressors referenced the coronavirus outbreak during the attack.

Police investigating a "racially aggravated assault" have released images of four men they wish to speak to in connection with the incident.

Police researching a “racist attack” has discharged pictures of four men they wish to address in connection with the episode.

London’s Metropolitan Police said the 23-year-old was punched, kicked and supported facial wounds in the attack, which comes during a period of expanding xenophobia against individuals of East Asian appearance in the UK and around the globe. Police told CNN on Thursday that no captures have yet been made.

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Officers were called to Oxford Street, near Tottenham Court Road Station, on February 24 to reports of a man being assaulted.

Detective Sergeant Emma Kirby, the officer in the case, said the attack leftt he victim "shaken and hurt."

Police are looking for the perpetrators.