Suspect located after mobility scooter assault in Lowestoft M&S queue
- Credit: Nick Butcher
A woman who police wanted to speak to after a shopper aged in her 80s was knocked over by a mobility scooter and badly injured has been located following a CCTV appeal.
The incident happened between 11.30am and noon on Friday, September 1 at the Marks and Spencer store in London Road, Lowestoft.
Officers from Suffolk Constabulary are treating the incident as an assault occasioning actual bodily harm.
The victim, a woman in her 80s, was queuing in the store when she was hit by the scooter. She fell to the floor and suffered a nasty cut to the leg.
Police released CCTV images of the suspect following the incident.
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Today, a spokesman for the force said: “The female pictured in the CCTV image has now been identified and will be spoken to by officers in due course.”
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