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Newmarket: Man wanted for assault in shop

12:59 28 November 2012

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POLICE in Newmarket are looking to trace a man who assaulted a woman in a shop in the High Street.

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A man entered the shop on the morning of Tuesday, November 27 and retuned at around 2.50pm to purchase a number of items.

He then tried to make his way behind the counter and wrestled with the victim, who was serving.

The man is described as 68 to 72-years-old, between 5ft 8in and 5ft 9in and of a stocky build.

He was unshaven and wore light-sensitive glasses. He had three distinctive moles on his face and may have had a local accent.

He was wearing a black leather donkey jacket, a black beanie hat and dark baggy trousers.

Anyone with information should call Dc Heidi Case on 101.

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