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Two hunted after abusive behaviour in Lymington store
11:25am Monday 8th October 2012 in News
POLICE have issued this CCTV image of two men they want to question about an incident at a Hampshire supermarket.
A woman working at the Tesco Metro store in Lymington High Street had her bottom slapped and a male member of staff was punched in the face.
It happened after employees refused to serve a man who had been drinking.
A police spokesman said: “He left, slapping a female member of staff on the buttocks, before re-entering the store with another man.
“They were verbally abusive to a male member of staff and punched him in the face. A pint glass was thrown at the employee and a large quantity of alcohol was knocked off a shelf as the men left and ran off in the direction of Lymington Quay.”
One of the men is described as a skinhead aged 28-35 with a tanned complexion and acne scars around his nose.
The second suspect was dark-skinned, aged in his midthirties and spoke with a foreign accent. He was wearing dark trousers, a black coat and a top with horizontal stripes.
The incident happened on Wednesday, September 26, at 9.40pm. Ring PC Simon Wickson at Lymington police station on 101 or call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.