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Wednesday, 5 January 2011

Van driver's racist abuse at father and daughter (UK)

A father and daughter were racially abused by a van driver who skidded around the corner of an icy Farnborough road last month.

The man, described as having a "dirty appearance", was turning from Greatfield Road into Ley Road on the morning of December 18 but was apparently driving too fast for the conditions.

At the same time, a 29-year-old woman was walking towards Ley Road to meet up with her father in his vehicle.

As the white van skidded, the father waved to his daughter to warn her about it.

But the van driver then got out of his vehicle and shouted racist abuse at the pair, who retreated into their car, fearing they might be attacked.

The suspect was described as white, aged in his late 20s, around 5ft 8in tall and of medium to stocky build.

Police said he had a "dirty" appearance, short light, brown hair and was wearing a waist-length yellow fluorescent jacket.

An older woman of stocky build was also in the van, which police said was a car-derived vehicle with orange writing on the side and a yellow beacon on its roof.

PC Mark Sumner said: "This was a totally unprovoked incident that has left the victim feeling scared and upset.

"If anyone has any information that can help us with this investigation, please get in touch.

"I’d also like to hear from anyone who saw a van driving dangerously in the area that morning."

Anyone with any information should contact PC Sumner at Farnborough police station on 101, via the Hampshire police website or call the Crimestoppers charity anonymously on 0800 555111.

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