Pair hunted after policeman dragged 40ft by speeding car

Manhunt is launched after speeding driver drags police officer 40ft along London street – ripping the soles off his shoes

  • Metropolitan Police officer was walking towards a car in North London
  • Car was driven towards him in Southgate at around 9.45am this morning
  • He was dragged along and managed to roll free, suffering only minor injuries
  • Officer had cuts and bruises treated at a police station and remained on duty 

A police officer had the soles of his shoes torn off as he was dragged 40ft by a speeding car.

The Metropolitan Police officer was walking towards a car in Southgate, North London, at around 9.45am this morning when it was driven towards him.

He was dragged along and managed to roll free, suffering only minor injuries. The officer had his cuts and bruises treated at a police station and remained on duty.

The Metropolitan Police officer had the soles of his shoes torn off in the incident today

A manhunt has been launched for the two men who were in the car, who are wanted on suspicion of attempted grievous bodily harm.

Anyone with information is urged to call police on 101 quoting CAD 2032/July 22, or to remain anonymous contact Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 or online.


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