Images of two people have been released as police attempt to identify them following a series of sexual assaults on buses.

Detectives investigating different incidents of sexual assaults on London buses are hoping the public can help identify the people pictured to help with investigations.

This includes an incident on the 230 bus on February 28 at around 3.30pm, as police want to speak to a man in connection with sexual touching.

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Police would like to identify this man in relation to the case

The bus was running between Walthamstow and Wood Green. The man alighted the bus at the Hazelwood Road stop on Blackhorse Road.

Another incident involved a sexual assault on the 141 bus at Arcadian Gardens, Wood Green, on March 11 at 10.50am.

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Police would like to identify this man in relation to the case.

The bus was headed towards Wood Green station when the offence happened.

Detective Inspector Cindy Yau, Road Traffic Policing Command said: “Maintaining a safe network for those travelling on buses is vital. Sexual assaults on buses in London are a very rare occurrence and when they do happen, these investigations are prioritised.

“The technology available to us is very strong and we encourage anyone who is a victim of or a witness to this kind of assault to contact police.

“On conviction we will always strive for the harshest possible sentence and also seek orders to be made preventing offenders from using the bus network wherever possible.

“These despicable acts are unacceptable and will not be tolerated and we will continue to do all we can to make bus routes safe for those travelling.

“If you recognise any of these men, please call police on 101.”

Siwan Hayward, Director of Policing for Transport for London said: “No one should experience sexual assault on our transport network. We are appalled to learn of these incidents on London’s buses and are working closely with police to ensure these offenders are caught and brought to justice as soon as possible.

“We’d like to reassure our passengers that there is an extensive network of CCTV cameras operating across London’s transport network and all reports of sexual assault are taken extremely seriously and fully investigated. We’d urge anyone who recognises these men or has information about the assaults to please report it to the police.”

Anyone with information is asked to contact police via 101 or tweet @MetCC. To remain 100% anonymous call the independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 or visit