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6 May 2014, 12:49
A 47 year old woman's been assaulted by two men in Lowestoft, after she told them to stop urinating up a wall.
The victim was walking along Hollingsworth Road at around 10:30pm last night (5th May) when a blue Honda Civic, with two males in the front and two females in the back, pulled up to the kerb. The two males got out and urinated against the wall of a house.
The victim told the males not to do it at which point one of the men put her into a headlock. He repeatedly grabbed and pushed at her before letting her go. The victim received cuts and scrapes to her legs.
The man then walked away, but returned with the second man. He grabbed her again and slapped her in the face, before pushing her into a wall and pushing her over. All four people then left in the car.
Police need to trace the men, the male passenger in the Honda is described as white, aged in his twenties, of skinny build with light coloured short cropped hair with a fringe, clean shaven and he was wearing jeans and a two-tone t-shirt thought to have a darker coloured bar at the bottom with a lighter colour at the top.
The driver is described as white, aged in his twenties of stocky build with a round face and dark collar length hair and clean shaven and wearing a white short sleeved t-shirt.
If you recognise the description of the men, if you witnessed the incident or if you have any information relating to this event, please contact PC Laurence Connolly at Lowestoft Police Station on 101 quoting reference LO/14/2207, or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.