The RAF Benevolent Fund said it was the fourth time in six years that the Bomber Command Memorial had been vandalised.It was first targeted in 2013 when a man daubed the word “Islam” on it shortly after the killing of Fusilier Lee Rigby outside Woolwich Barracks.A week later, a second man wrote “Lee Rigby’s killers should hang”, “EDL” and “F*** the police” on the memorial. He was jailed for 12 weeks. Vandals defaced the memorial to RAF Bomber Command heroes and Churchill and Roosevelt statueCredit: Jeremy Selwyn Police are appealing for information after releasing an image of the goggle-clad vandal who is believed to have vandalised five war memorials in central London.The vandal, dressed all in black and carrying an orange plastic bag, is seen approaching a memorial which was later seen covered in white paint.The first incident, which caused widespread public anger, occurred last Sunday night when white paint was splattered over the memorial to Bomber Command in London’s Green Park.But it later emerged that three other war memorials and plaque to a murdered police officer had also been targeted at around the same time.The targets included the Allies Statue statue of Second World War prime minister Sir Winston Churchill and his US counterpart Franklin D Roosevelt in New Bond Street, the Canada Memorial in Green Park, and the Royal Marines Graspan Memorial on The Mall. Detective Inspector Dave Watkinson said: “This wanton vandalism continues to illicit a strong response from the community. We have carried out an extensive review of local CCTV and are now satisfied that the person in the images released today is responsible for the damage. We are appealing for the media and public’s help to identify this person.”While it is not possible to identify the person’s face, someone may recognise their clothing. “The route we believe they took is usually very busy – especially Trafalgar Square – and they are likely to have been seen by a number of people. Did you see this person walking between statues? Were you travelling on public transport and remember seeing someone with white paint on their clothes?”I would urge anyone with information to come forward and speak with us.” A workman cleans paint off the RAF Bomber Command Memorial in Green Pack after it was vandalisedCredit:Rob Pinney/LNP The memorial to Yvonne Fletcher, the police officer who was murdered by a gunman during the 1984 Libyan Embassy siege, in St James’s Square, was also attacked.At the moment, the incidents are all being treated by the Metropolitan Police as linked.Detectives from Central West CID are investigating and are continuing to carry out a number of enquiries including forensic examination and the ongoing review of CCTV. Police believe they have traced the vandal’s path that night, and have asked anyone who was in the area that evening whether they saw a man matching this description.Officers think they commenced their acts of criminal damage at the Bomber Command memorial before heading along the Mall towards Trafalgar Square. They would have passed Canada House in the direction of St James’s Square, before ending on Jermyn Street. Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings.