Police are attempting to establish 15 individuals who took half in a pro-Palestinian convoy that brought on “danger to other road users”.
A complete of 80 vehicles “stopped twice on major roads” – the A13 and the Limehouse Link Tunnel – Scotland Yard stated.
It brought on “not only disruption but danger to other road users”.
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Officers turned involved as a result of on earlier events, “convoys of cars have passed through Jewish communities with occupants waving flags and shouting anti-Semitic abuse”, T/Commander Karen Findlay stated.
“They understandably caused significant concern, fear and upset.”
Police imagine the group deliberate to drive to the Israeli Embassy off Kensington High Street, Ms Findlay added.
The police helicopter was deployed and the vehicles had been held in Exhibition Road, South Kensington, earlier than a dispersal order was put in place.
“All 80 cars were given notices under Section 59 of the Police Reform Act ordering them to disperse and cease their participation in the convoy or face being seized,” a spokesperson stated.
“One vehicle was ultimately seized, with fixed penalty notices for various road traffic offences issued to 18 drivers.
“An extra 9 automobiles had been served with prohibition notices after defects had been discovered making them unfit to be used.”
The cars are believed to have set off from a car park in Hancock Road, Tower Hamlets.
Images have been released of individuals “believed to have been concerned in offences as a part of the convoy”.
“The public have been a terrific assist in latest weeks when comparable appeals have been made and I’ve little doubt they’re going to proceed to do the identical,” Ms Findlay stated.