Officers have issued images of those they want to speak to following demonstrations across London
“We know that others will be appalled as well and we ask for their help to identify these individuals and report other suspected hate crimes.”
More than 100,000 people took to the streets of London in mass protests to declare their support for Palestine, amid the ongoing Israel-Hamas war.
Other major rallies were held in Cardiff, Glasgow, Belfast and Birmingham.
In a tweet, the Met Police said: "We need your help. We want to speak to the following people regarding incidents that took place during protests this month.
More than 100,000 people took to the streets of London in mass protests to declare their support for Palestine, amid the ongoing Israel-Hamas war
"If you know the identity of the people in these photographs please contact: Operation Brock - 0208 246 9386
"Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111"
Some acts during protests have been criticised, as groups were heard shouting anti-Semitic chants, and one tube driver has been suspended by TfL after using the train’s tannoy to encourage carriages full of pro-Palestinian demonstrators.