Woman accosted in north Suffolk
A 17-YEAR-OLD woman who had been travelling on a train from Woodbridge was accosted by a man after she got off the service in north Suffolk.She was in Beccles station car park on Monday at about 6.
A 17-YEAR-OLD woman who had been travelling on a train from Woodbridge was accosted by a man after she got off the service in north Suffolk.
She was in Beccles station car park on Monday at about 6.15pm when she was approached by a man who put his arm around her waist. She told him to stop and walked away but he followed her and was verbally abusive to her.
The woman had been on the 5.22pm train from Woodbridge to Beccles and believes the man was also on this train. He is described as white, of medium build, 5ft 7ins to 5ft 11ins tall and 65-70 years of age. He was wearing a blue baseball cap, large dark-rimmed glasses and a waist-length coat.
Anyone with information should contact PC Trevor Woodham on 01986 835000.
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