Police are interesting for info to assist search out a person who reportedly attacked a pregnant girl on a tram as she tried to assist one other passenger.
The 26-year-old mother-to-be intervened after the person, who’s believed to have been drunk on the time, stormed onto a tram in broad daylight and began harassing a member of the general public.
The pregnant girl was allegedly attacked by the person between 11.50pm and 12.15pm on the Clifton South tram in Nottingham on 20 July.
The lady’s unborn child was not harmed in the course of the assault, which occurred close to the Wilford Lane space of town.
Nottinghamshire Police have launched CCTV photographs of a person that want to communicate to in reference to the assault.
Police group help officer Jodie Turner stated: “This was an unprovoked assault on a weak sufferer who was pregnant on the time of the assault and who was solely attempting to guard one other member of the general public.
“However fortunately her being pregnant didn’t undergo on account of this assault.
“Our enquiries are ongoing into this matter and we’re working arduous to attempt to determine the offender accountable.
“We wish to communicate with anybody who might recognise this man or who noticed something on the tram on the night of the incident.
“We’d urge anybody with any info to get in touch with us as we imagine it might help us with our investigation.”
A Nottingham Categorical Transit spokesman added: “Happily incidents similar to this are extraordinarily uncommon on the tram, which is likely one of the most secure types of transport.
“Nonetheless we take any incidents very critically and work intently with the police to determine these accountable.”
Anybody with who recognises the person is urged to contact Nottinghamshire Police on 101 quoting incident quantity 521 of 20 July 2021, or name Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
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