Family of railway worker who died from Covid 'after being spat at' have called for police to name suspect

THE family of a railway worker who died with Covid-19 after allegedly being spat at have called for police to disclose the suspect’s name.

Belly Mujinga, 47, was reportedly coughed on and spat at by a white customer at London’s Victoria station.

British Transport Police interviewed a 57-year-old man but said there was not enough evidence that a crime had taken place.

A lawyer for Mrs Mujinga’s family, Lawrence Davies, said the force had refused to disclose the suspect’s name, preventing a private prosecution.

He said: “We are pushing for two things, an inquest and the name of the man.”

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