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The British Transport Police are investigating the incident at Leicester Square station as an attempted assassination.
The police are pursuing a man who attempted to shove a woman in front of a London Underground train.
Detectives are seeking witnesses in connection with the “attempted murder” that occurred at Leicester Square station on Monday, November 6, at approximately 3.30 p.m.
He then approached her, seized her arm, and initiated a drag.
According to investigators, the man then “began pushing her towards the tracks.”
It is believed that the suspect evaded by boarding the train.
The individual is described as having a muscular build and is in his late 20s. He adorned himself with a short puffer jacket and threw a beige shawl over his head.