At about 8.00pm on Wednesday 12th August a 19 year old woman was subjected to a racially-aggravated assault after shopping at the Asda supermarket in Crest Road, High Wycombe.
The victim was sitting in the passenger seat of a car outside the main entrance to the store. Two men in a vehicle parked alongside and a woman, who was standing next to the vehicle smoking, verbally abused the victim. The woman then hit the side of the victim’s vehicle.
When the victim got out of the car the woman racially abused her, told her to leave the country and pushed her.
One of the men, now out of the vehicle, grabbed the victim in a headlock and twisted her arm, leaving the victim struggling to breathe. The man then threatened the victim and spat in her face.
The victim fled the scene however she was left with a sore wind pipe and was treated at Stoke Mandeville Hospital for cuts and bruises.
The first suspect is described as a while male aged 22 to 23 years, 5ft 7ins, slim and muscular. He had mousey brown hair with short shaved sides which was longer on top. He was wearing a white T-shirt, grey tracksuit bottoms, white trainers and a silver necklace.
The second man was about 40 years old, 5ft 4ins, stocky, with short black hair. He was wearing a grey hoody with a blue interior.
The woman was white with a pale complexion and freckles, aged 24 to 25 years, 5ft 5ins and skinny. She had mid-length auburn hair with a flat quiff. She was wearing a black T-shirt and dark trousers or jeans.
The offenders’ car was a black Ford Focus with the partial registration number LT51.
Investigating officer, PC Hannah Davison, based at Wycombe Police Station, said: ‘We take offences of this nature extremely seriously and we are determined to bring the perpetrators to justice.
I would urge anyone who saw what happened or who recognises the description of the suspects to contact me.‘
Thames Valley Police are appealing for anyone with information that could help with their enquiries to contact PC Hannah Davison via the 24-hour Thames Valley Police enquiry centre on 101, quoting reference 43150229511.
If you don’t want to speak directly to the police you can contact the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111. No personal details are taken, information is not traced or recorded and you will not go to court.