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Last Updated: Saturday, 17 September 2005, 11:42 GMT 12:42 UK
Police hunt man over race attack
CCTV image of racial abuse suspect
The man police want to speak to was aged about 18 to 22
A CCTV image of a man wanted over an racist attack have been released by Surrey Police.

Two men and a woman were pushed and shouted at by a man in Chertsey, who then kicked the door of a house they escaped into.

The man is described as white, aged 18 to 22, about 5ft 10in tall, with light brown hair, short at the back and spiky on top, and with a scar on his face.

Any witnesses to the attack on 8 September are asked to contact police.

The men, both aged 28, and the woman, who was 26, were chatting on the corner of Windsor Street and Guildford Street at about 2230 BST when the man approached them, pushing the men and shouting racist abuse at all three of them.

After kicking and banging on the front door of their house the man made off down Guildford Street.

He spoke with a southern accent and was wearing a white t-shirt with Yves Saint Laurent written on it on gold letters, blue or grey knee-length shorts and white trainers.


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