Police appeal after woman verbally abused in Welwyn Garden City

PUBLISHED: 13:15 12 July 2018 | UPDATED: 13:15 12 July 2018

Herts Police officers have appealed for witnesses following the argument in Welwyn Garden City

Herts Police officers have appealed for witnesses following the argument in Welwyn Garden City


Police have appealed for witnesses after a man verbally abused a woman at a Welwyn Garden City petrol station.

At around 7.15am on Friday, July 6, a man reportedly entered the Morrisons petrol station in Black Fan Road and verbally abused a woman inside. The parties involved are known to each other.

A police spokeswoman said the abuse involved swearing and name calling.

PC Stephen Carter, who is investigating, said: “We know that there were several members of the public inside the petrol station store at the time of the alleged offence who may have information that can assist our investigation. If you saw what happened please get in touch.”

Anyone with information can contact officers via non-emergency number 101, quoting crime reference 41/15664/18.

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