Police are looking for a woman after an attack on Stella Creasy’s office

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    olice released a photo of a woman they would like to speak to afterwards Stella CreasyAn electoral office in north-east London has been damaged by vandals.

    Deputy from the Labor Party Walthamstow posted a photo on social media showing multiple cracks on the front door of her Orford Road office following the incident on Tuesday, June 28.

    Police have launched an investigation and officers have released a picture of a woman who is wanted in connection with the incident.

    Police want to speak to this woman after the attack

    / Met the police

    After the attack, Crazy wrote on Twitter: Walthamstow, if you were in Orford Road near my office between 5.30pm and 8pm today, please come along to help us catch the cowards who attacked my office.

    “Please share information to help find who did this – you can also tip criminals anonymously on 0800 555 111.”

    According to police, initial investigations indicate that this was not a targeted attack.

    Anyone who witnessed the damage or has other information should call the police on 101 at number 7222/28.06.

    Information can also be given to Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

    https://www.standard.co.uk/news/london/stella-creasy-walthamstow-office-damage-met-police-appeal-woman-b1042740.html

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