Police have released new CCTV footage of a jogger who appeared to push a woman into the path of a bus, after their initial efforts to identify him proved unsuccessful.
In the footage, which was recorded in May, the man is seen running along Putney Bridge in West London when he appears to shove the 33-year-old woman in the road.
Two men, who are both aged 41, were previously arrested before being released without charge.
Now, The Metropolitan Police say they are continuing to ‘work through the information received to identify the man.’
The woman was knocked in the road by the mystery jogger as she walked across Putney Bridge at approximately 0740 BST on 5 May.
The newly released image of the jogger has been captured by the Number 430 bus which narrowly avoided colliding with the woman.
The woman received minor injuries, and unsuccessfully attempted to stop the man when he returned to job back across the bridge some 15 minutes later.
He is described as a white man, aged in his 30s, with brown eyes and short brown hair.
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Appealing for information, Det Sgt Chris Griffith called for anyone who initially provided officers with a name of the potential suspect to contain police again in order to ‘fully follow up those lines of enquiry.’
Yesterday, the bus driver, Olivier Salbris was hailed a “total hero” by Good Morning Britain (GMB) presenter Susanna Reid for his actions, after he appeared on the breakfast show to speak about the man who is being sought by police.