UPDATE: According to British Transport police, a 29-year-old man from Colindale in London surrendered himself at a London Police station on December 2, and has been arrested on suspicion of attempted murder at Kentish Town underground station.
BRITISH Transport Police, an ambulance crew and London air ambulance were called to the scene of a horrendous incident at Kentish Town underground station on December 2 where a man is alleged to have been pushed in front of a train.
According to the police, they are treating the matter as attempted murder and are searching for a man described as black, clean-shaven, aged between 20 and 30, around 5ft 11in with short hair and of stocky build. His image was captured on CCTV and early reports indicated that he was seen pushing the victim.
Detective Superintendent Gary Richardson is reported by the BBC to have said: “He was at the station at the time and we believe he will be able to help our enquiries. After the incident, the man pictured ran to the northbound platform where he boarded a tube in the direction of High Barnet.”
“If you know who he is, please contact us immediately.”