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Correction: Appeal after woman threatened by teenager with a hammer in Southampton Park

Alert message sent 02/06/2020 12:45:00

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Correction:

The incident location has been corrected to read Aldermoor Park (as opposed to Aldermore Park).

Apologies for the spelling error in the original message and any confusion this may have caused.

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Can you help?

We’re trying to identify a teenage girl who threatened a woman with a hammer in a park in Southampton.

The incident happened in Aldermoor Park, Southampton between 9.30pm and 10pm on Thursday, 28 May.

A 36-year-old woman was out walking her dogs in the park with her husband where there was a group of five teenage boys and one teenage girl riding around on a motorbike and a scooter.

Concerned her dogs might get run over, the woman approached the group and spoke to them.

The teenage girl pulled out a hammer from the bike and threatened the woman with it whilst being racially abusive.

The teenage girl is described as being white, around 16-years-old, of slim build, with purple hair worn in a high bun and wearing black jeans, a hoodie and converse trainers.

If you can help us identify the girl described, or if you have any information relating to the incident, please call 101 and quote 44200190889.
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Sarah Cartwright (Police, Corporate Communications, Hampshire)

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