Detectives in Barnet have released an e-fit of a man they want to speak to after a woman was handcuffed and gagged and her house burgled by men pretending to be police officers.
In August this year the men knocked on the victim's door on Eagle Drive, shouting that they were police officers. They were dressed in fake police uniforms and produced a fake search warrant.
But when the victim let them in, they handcuffed her and gagged her with a piece of tape, threatened her with a knife and demanded money.
This was a horrendous attack on a female in her own home, which has left her extremely traumatised. I am appealing to anyone with information to come forward and assist in anyway they can.
Police want to trace the man shown in the e-fit above, who is thought to be around 25 years old, as well as an accomplice who is around 28 years old, tall and stocky with short, light brown hair.
Detectives are asking for the public's help to trace a man seen in CCTV footage after a brutal attack on a pensioner in his own car which could leave him blinded.
The 64 year old victim was attacked in July this year on Fermoy Road in West London as he made his way to Regent Park Mosque to pray.
He stopped at a give way line in the road and saw the suspect arguing with a woman in the street. The suspect then shouted "what are you looking at?" before rushing to the victim's car and punching him repeatedly in the face.
The victim was treated at a North London hospital for a fractured eye socket. He has been told by doctors he needs an operation and is at a high risk of losing his eyesight.
Police want to trace the man and the woman shown in the video as well as a witness seen walking past during the footage.
Police say they are expecting "one or more counter protests" as supporters of the English Defence League prepare to march through London today.
The group plans to stage a demonstration at Richmond Terrace, opposite Downing Street, between 2pm and 3.30pm.
Demonstrators are set to meet at Trafalgar Square before marching along Whitehall.
A spokesman for the Metropolitan Police said officers would have an "appropriate and proportional" policing team to respond to the event.
He added that the force was expecting at least one counter protest and police were already in contact with demonstrators.
Police have made an appeal to trace a man after an alleged assault on a woman in Watford at the weekend.
Alex Odonkor is being sought after the victim suffered serious facial injuries.
She was allegedly attacked at an address in the north of the town and then prevented from leaving following an argument with a man shortly after midnight on Sunday.
An investigation is underway after a man was shot dead in Battersea.
It happened just before midnight on Tennyson Street.
The 21 year old victim died in hospital. No arrests have been made.
The Met Police Marine Unit has come face to face with a giant hippo on the Thames.
It's the creation of renowned Dutch artist, Florentijn Hofman, the man who created the giant rubber duck which was seen floating down the Thames in 2012.
The first UK commission from Florentijn Hofman has been towed upriver from its build site to its end position at Nine Elms on South Bank.
Police are appealing for information to help trace a 45-year-old man who is wanted on recall to prison.
Anthony Chieke was released from prison on July 9 after serving a 42-month sentence for burglary but since broke the conditions of his licence.
He was last seen residing at a hostel in Kew but his current whereabouts remain unknown.
Police said Chieke is also known as Abraham or Ibrahim Jakobovisicheke and is believed to have most recently spent time in Devon and Cornwall.
Anyone with information should contact Richmond Police on 020 8721 5894 or on 101. For an immediate sighting of Chieke call 999.
Three people, including a 15-year-old boy, have been arrested following a high-speed chase in west London of a vehicle known to have been used in a number of recent crimes in Hounslow and Hillingdon.
Officers were alerted to a vehicle making off without payment from a petrol station on the M4 at around 9pm last night and when the car was requested to stop, it made off at speed.
The vehicle was stopped after it struck a kerb and two empty parked cars in Station Approach, next to West Drayton Train station a short while later.
The driver of the car, aged 35, and his two passengers, a 36-year-old man and the 15-year-old boy, were arrested at the scene and taken to a west London police station where they remain.
Police in Hounslow said the vehicle has been seized by officers who are continuing with their enquiries.
Speaking after being awarded £37,000 by an employment tribunal, black firearms officer Carol Howard said she had been "bullied and victimised" because of her race and gender.
The tribunal branded Scotland Yard "insulting and malicious" for its treatment of Ms Howard, and told the Met to review all internal complaints of discrimination made since 2009.
Black firearms officer PC Carol Howard, who won the race bias case against the Met, has been awarded £37,000 by employment tribunal.
Black firearms officer, PC Carol Howard who won race discrimination case against Met awarded £37,000 by employment tribunal @itvlondon
The 35-year-old from the Diplomatic Protection Group brought a claim of discrimination earlier this year. An employment tribunal found that the Met "directly discriminated" against her between 31 January and 29 October 2012.