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Police release CCTV image of man wanted after woman 'religiously abused' in front of child in Ashford high street

15 July 2014
by KentOnline reporter

A suspect believed to have religiously abused a young woman in front of her toddler had a distinctive teardrop tattoo under his eye, police have revealed.

The 32-year-old woman was in Ashford High Street with her two-year-old son at around 11.50am on June 5 when she was approached by a man.

He became very aggressive and started shouting abuse - coming very close to her face and making her scared.

Police want to trace this man after alleged racist abuse in Ashford

Police want to trace this man after alleged racist abuse in Ashford

Another man tried to intervene, but it made the man more aggressive.

The suspect is a white man aged between 18 and 25, of medium build, around 5ft 8in tall with very short brown hair.

He was wearing a black puffed-style jacket with horizontal stitching and blue jeans and has a tattoo of a tear drop under one of his eyes.

Now it's been revealed the man had a hollow teardrop tattoo under his eye.

That is sometimes associated with the dramatic loss of a loved one - maybe if they have been killed, or if the bearer has been involved in an aggressive act. 

Anyone who can help with information should contact PC Emma Todd on 01233 896282 quoting reference ZY/18322/14.

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