Posted: Wed 5th Aug 2020

Updated: Wed 5th Aug

Renewed appeal to trace man who was ‘verbally abusive’ to healthcare workers in Brynteg for people living in or visiting the wrexham area

A renewed appeal has been issued to trace a man who was verbally abusive towards a district nurse in Wrexham.

The public order incident took place on Derby Road, Brynteg, at 1.40am on May 8.

Police say a man, believed to be in his 30s, stopped a healthcare workers’ vehicle by putting his hand on the bonnet. He is then reported to have been abusive to the occupants and attempted to throw a bottle – however police say “it slipped from his hand”.

The man is described by police as being “5ft 7, with ginger hair and wearing checked shorts and a red baseball cap”.

If you witnessed this incident, or you have any information that can help us trace this person, please contact us via our live webchat, or on 101, ref: 20000264910. Alternatively, you can call CrimeStoppers in confidence on 0800 555 111”

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