Victoria Station probe continues
Date published: 07 January 2019
Detectives are appealing for any mobile phone footage of the New Year's Eve incident
Counter Terrorism detectives continue to piece together the events which led up to the New Year’s Eve attack at Victoria Station where three people were injured.
Since the incident, officers have been working through CCTV and witness accounts and have a very good understanding of the attacker’s movements in the hours before.
This has allowed officers to become increasingly confident that the man acted alone during the final stages of the attack. Investigators continue to explore if anyone may have encouraged or assisted him in the planning of it.
It is clear from CCTV footage that there were a number of people in the station at the time of the incident.
They may have witnessed part of the attack, or the movements of the man beforehand, and officers continue to appeal for these people to make contact.
It may help jog people’s minds that the man entered the station after coming from Hunts Bank.
Detectives are also appealing for any mobile phone footage of the incident, what followed or the movements of the man beforehand.
Officers know some footage has been circulated to the media that has not yet been sent to police, and they appeal for anyone who witnessed the incident or has any footage before, during, or following the attack to contact the investigative team on 0161 856 3400.
Footage or images can be uploaded to: ukpoliceimageappeal.co.uk or: ukpoliceimageappeal.com
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