A 35 year-old man has been jailed for four years for knocking two young women unconscious in unprovoked attacks. Last November, police released this footage of Michael Ayoade punching a 16 year-old to the ground in the High Street in Plaistow.
After he was arrested, police realised he had also attacked a university student, Daniella Montieth, at Plaistow tube station in November 2011. She was knocked unconscious in the ticket hall.
Judge Roger Chapple said they were "vicious, unprovoked attacks on young, lone females".
The mother of murdered schoolboy Adam Regis has made a heartfelt appeal for help in tracing his killers on the fifth anniversary of his death.
Kristina Ceasar said five years feels long to anyone but as the mother of Adam, not seeing his killers brought to justice, it was very hard.
Kristina spoke as it was revealed Adam's former school has built a special garden in his memory for all pupils to use. Adam died aged just 15 - he would have celebrated his 21st birthday in July this year.
Detectives investigating the case are still appealing for information and hope allegiances may have changed over the years and someone now feels able to come forward and help with the inquiry.
Adam, nephew of international athlete John Regis, was stabbed to death in Plaistow on 17 March 2007 after a night out with friends at the cinema.