Man in 60s threatened by three people with pug dogs in Brandon Country Park

The incident is reported to have happened in Brandon Country Park. Picture: ARCHANT LIBRARY

The incident is reported to have happened in Brandon Country Park. Picture: ARCHANT LIBRARY

A dog walker in his 60s was allegedly threatened and pushed after being approached by a man, woman and teenage boy in a Suffolk park.

The victim was walking his dog in Brandon Country Park on Sunday when police said he was approached by the trio who were reported to have used threatening behaviour towards him, with the man pushing him “several times”.

The suspects, who were walking with two pug dogs, were all white. The man was around 5ft 10in, stocky and with stubble. He was wearing a red anorak with the hood up. The woman was around 5ft 3in, with black hear and a tweed jacket. The teenager was around 16 with short hair.

Several other people were reported to have been in the park at the time. Officers are asking for potential witnesses to come forward.

People can contact the Forest Heath Neighbourhood Response Team at Mildenhall Police Station on 101 quoting reference 68843/17.


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