Hunt for three men who tried to force their way into home while making threats

Officers are looking for three men who tried to force their way into a home in London.

Some of the group were reportedly were acting aggressively, and making threats towards the people living there.

The Metropolitan Police was called just after 6pm on August 14 last year to a disturbance in Manchester Road, Tower Hamlets, in the east of the capital.

The suspects had fled the scene before officers arrived.

No one was injured but safety arrangements had to be put in place to protect the occupants from possible future harm.

Despite enquiries and an investigation by police, they have still not been found.

Officers are now appealing for anyone who may recognise the men to get in touch.

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