This is the horrific moment two people, including a woman, were violently mugged near Euston station in London in a daylight attack which left the victims sprawled on the floor.

The incident, which took place just yards away from bustling Camden High Street, saw two men attack a man and a woman at around 7am this morning before driving off in a white Audi.

Another woman, who appeared to be a friend of the mugging victims, watched on as crime rocks the capital.

Now grim footage has emerged of the two thugs brazenly hitting and kicking the pair on Eversholt Street in north London before seemingly running off with some of their belongings.

Each man attacks one victim during the mugging as shocked bystanders watch on and cars drive along the busy street in the capital.

This is the shocking moment two people were mugged near Euston station in London in a lawless daylight attack. The violent incident, just yards away from bustling Camden High Street, saw two men attack a man and a woman this morning before driving off in a white Audi

This is the shocking moment two people were mugged near Euston station in London in a lawless daylight attack. The violent incident, just yards away from bustling Camden High Street, saw two men attack a man and a woman this morning before driving off in a white Audi

Grim footage has emerged of the two thugs brazenly hitting and kicking the pair on Eversholt Street in north London before seemingly running off with some of their belongings. Each man attacks one victim during the mugging as shocked bystanders watch on and cars drive along the busy street in the capital

Grim footage has emerged of the two thugs brazenly hitting and kicking the pair on Eversholt Street in north London before seemingly running off with some of their belongings. Each man attacks one victim during the mugging as shocked bystanders watch on and cars drive along the busy street in the capital

One thug, wearing a black hoodie, violently attacks the male victim, who is wearing a light green hoodie and jeans, pressing him down on the pavement.

As a car drives calmly past the scene, the attacker grabs the man and throws him onto the road before kicking him aggressively in the face.

He then rips something away from his victim’s grasp before running away with it in his hand.

Meanwhile the other attacker, wearing a purple hoodie, appears to drag the woman, who is dressed in all black, back on to the pavement by her hair as she tries to crawl into the road.

He then presses her head against the side of the road before she manages to push herself up out of his grasp and start pursuing the other thug.

But as she is running, the man who had been holding her down then pushes her strongly to the floor.

Despite the heavy fall, the woman manages to get up before being shoved down once more by the same man.

She is left lying in a car parking spot on the side of the bustling road as a motorbike and a bus pass by.

The attackers then get into their white Audi 4×4 and drive off, narrowly avoiding crashing into the male victim who has wandered into the middle of the street.

Indistinct shouting is heard throughout but towards the end a man can be heard saying ‘let’s go’.

The shocking attack comes just days after an alleged phone thief was knocked off his bike in the capital and confronted - before being quickly backed up by his machete-wielding accomplice

The shocking attack comes just days after an alleged phone thief was knocked off his bike in the capital and confronted – before being quickly backed up by his machete-wielding accomplice 

A masked man appears to defend the thief, armed with a machete to threaten the driver

A masked man appears to defend the thief, armed with a machete to threaten the driver

The incident took place just yards away from London Euston station, one of the busiest transport hubs in the country, and Mornington Crescent Underground station.

Nearby Camden High Street is one of the capital’s most popular tourist spots and is expecting to welcome thousands today on the hottest day of the year.

A Met Police spokesperson said: 

‘Police were called at 06:55hrs on Sunday, 12 May, to reports of a fight in Eversholt Street, NW1.

‘Officers attended the location. All parties had left when police arrived. Enquiries are ongoing to identify those involved.

‘Officers are aware of footage being shared on social media.

‘Anyone who was a victim is asked to contact police. Officers all wish to hear from anyone who witnessed the incident or who has information that may assist their investigation.

‘Please call 101, ref 1757/12may.’

The shocking attack comes just days after an alleged phone thief was knocked off his bike in the capital and confronted – before being quickly backed up by his machete-wielding accomplice.

Meanwhile in April, a thief on a bike snatched a woman's mobile phone from her hands as she walked along the pavement

Meanwhile in April, a thief on a bike snatched a woman’s mobile phone from her hands as she walked along the pavement 

The balaclava-clad criminal seized the phone in a moment from his startled victim before racing away along a fashionable street near the centre of the capital

The balaclava-clad criminal seized the phone in a moment from his startled victim before racing away along a fashionable street near the centre of the capital 

The chaos unfolded in Stratford, North East London on Sunday 5 May and was captured on the dashcam of a passing car.

The man, who had allegedly nicked a mobile, was sent flying after being ploughed into by a car, but duly received reinforcement in the form of his pal brandishing the large knife at his assailant.

The video shows the two masked men as they cycle along the road, with the first passing by the dashcam car without incident.

However, as the second cyclist pedals by, a car in the same lane as the filming motor suddenly pulls out onto the other side of the road.

The car deliberately smashes into the man’s bike and sends him flying into a tree, causing him to spin off his bike and falling to the pavement.

The car comes to a stop on the other side of the road as the injured thug gets to his feet and runs off, limping, after his pal.

Seconds later the alleged thief’s partner returns to dish out revenge, cycling quickly back into frame with his accomplice at his side.

The driver exits the vehicle and begins to shout at the thugs, but quickly backtracks after the second masked man whips out a massive machete and rides towards the driver.

It comes after another cycle-riding offender seized a man's phone in nearby Park Lane

It comes after another cycle-riding offender seized a man’s phone in nearby Park Lane

With the cavalry there to back him up, the thug who was knocked down picks the abandoned bike up from the side of the road and remounts it.

Meanwhile in April, a thief on a bike snatched a woman’s mobile phone from her hands as she walked along the pavement.

The balaclava-clad criminal seized the phone in a moment from his startled victim before racing away along a fashionable street in Albany Place in Marylebone, near the centre of the capital. 

An X account uploaded the clip with the words of warning: ‘Keep your head on swivel when in London.’

The female victim of the theft is seen attempting to chase after the offender while calling out: ‘Hey, come back here.’

Another cyclist in a balaclava had passed by her in the seconds beforehand.

Just days prior, another bike-riding thief snatched a man’s mobile phone out of his hand in nearby Park Lane.

Video footage showed a cyclist riding in the middle of the main road then turning off the road to ride on the path, before lining up behind an unsuspecting pedestrian holding his phone and swiftly swiping it.

And in March two masked thieves were seen snatching a phone and fleeing on their bikes in Hampstead, north London – before crashing into an incoming car.

The series of brazen thefts across the city have prompted fears visitors will steer clear of London for fear of being the next targets. 

Another cyclist in a balaclava had passed by her in the seconds beforehand.

And in March two masked thieves were seen snatching a phone and fleeing on their bikes in Hampstead, north London - before crashing into an incoming car

And in March two masked thieves were seen snatching a phone and fleeing on their bikes in Hampstead, north London – before crashing into an incoming car 

Metropolitan Police figures show there were 72,756 of those crimes reported in the year to 2023, up from 57,468 in 2022

Metropolitan Police figures show there were 72,756 of those crimes reported in the year to 2023, up from 57,468 in 2022 

London’s street crime epidemic last year saw theft from a person offences soar by 27 per cent compared to the previous 12 months. 

Metropolitan Police figures show there were 72,756 of those crimes reported in the year to 2023, up from 57,468 in 2022.

Moped and e-bike gangs have been identified as prolific culprits.

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