A Jewish man was taken to hospital after a vicious racist attack left him unconscious in London.
Footage shows the 64-year-old was punched in the face by a stranger while walking in broad daylight down a street in Stamford Hill at 8.30pm on Wednesday.
The video appears to show the man hitting his head against a wall with the force of the punch as he falls.
The man in Orthodox Jewish dress suffered a broken ankle and head injuries in the suspected Anti-Semitic attack.
Shomrim tweeted: “Shocking footage of a vicious racist attack.
“The unconscious victim was rushed to hospital with a broken foot/ankle & nasty head injuries.
“@MPSHackney specialist hate crime officers are keen to speak to this male.”
A separate video from that same evening allegedly showed a Jewish child being punched in the face less than a mile away on Holmdale Terrace.
Dashcam footage taken at 7.10pm appears to show a similar-looking attacker hitting a boy on a bicycle.
As the car pulled into a side street, the closer angle seems to show the attacker holding a bottle in his right hand.
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The unidentified attacker appears to be wearing white trousers, a headdress and a greenish brown coat in both clips.
Shomrim posted on its verified Stamford Hill account: 'Racist attacker strikes again! Jewish child viciously punched in the face 18 Aug 7.10pm.
“Detectives are linking a series of horrific unprovoked attacks this Wednesday evening.”
A spokesman for the force told MailOnline : “On Friday, 20 August, police received a third party report of an assault that occurred on Stamford Hill at approximately 20:30hrs on Wednesday, 18 August.
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"Officers have spoken with the 64-year-old victim and enquiries remain ongoing.
“There have been no arrests.”
Referring to the earlier incident, the spokesman added: 'We have just received this report so we are attempting to make contact with the victim.’
Anyone with information regarding the attack on the 64-year-old man is urged to call police via 101 quoting reference Cad 4492/20Aug.
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