Monday, 27 July 2015

Immigration Enforcement officers attacked in East London

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Immigration Enforcement officers were attacked in Shadwell East London last wednessday after receiving information that there three Bangladesh migrants working in a shop in the area.

According to Metro when the officers returned to their vans, they found out that their van had been pelted with eggs while their vans had their tyres slashed and the paint work scratched.

An eye witness told mailonline that the attackers had kitchen knives in their hands."It all happened very quickly then they ran off". The anti-immigration offials were forced to call the police.

The police spokesman said no arrests have been made and a Home Office spokesman said: "We will not tolerate abuse or criminal damage. Offences will be reported to the police."

Source: Metro.

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