One of the three victims was left with injuries that required hospitalisation. 

One of the three victims was left with injuries that required hospitalisation.


Cops in London are seeking information that can lead to the identification of two men they wish to speak to in connection with a brutal homophobic assault on three men in their early twenties in North London.

The attack in Wood Green happened on the 4th October at around 4:30 AM. Haringey police were called to Station Road near the junction with High Road, N22, where three men aged in their 20s had been assaulted by two suspects, according to a police report.

In a statement from the Met Police, one of the men attacked required hospital treatment, but he was subsequently discharged.

Detectives from Haringey are investigating. They are releasing images showing two men they wish to trace in connection with the incident. One of the men is seen in both images, the second man is only seen from the back in one of the images.

There have been no arrests and enquiries continue.


Anyone who knows the identity of either of the men, or has information that may assist the investigation, is asked to call detectives in the Haringey Community Safety Unit via 101 quoting CAD 969/oct04.

To remain anonymous, call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.