North Wales police release e-fit of man sought in connection with alleged racist assault
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Friday August 12 2016
North Wales police have launched a public appeal to trace a man wanted in connection with an alleged assault on a foreign student in Bangor.
ITV News reports on the release of an e-fit image of the man North Wales police are seeking to trace after a 21 year old student from Bangladesh was racially abused and assaulted while out walking just before 8.30pm on Tuesday 2 August.
North Wales police are treating the incident as racially motivated and want to speak to a man described as in his 20s, 5ft 8in tall, of skinny build with a round face and ginger hair. He was wearing a light grey zipped hooded top and dark tracksuit bottoms, and spoke in Welsh with a local accent.
Investigating Officer PC Elwyn Williams said: “Although the physical injuries are not serious this was clearly a very distressing and totally unprovoked attack and I am appealing for anyone who witnessed the incident or recognises the offender to contact Police immediately.”
If you can help, please contact North Wales Police on 101 or via Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 and quote RC16114642.