Man verbally abuses staff at an Amesbury store

Tesco Amesbury 2

4:38pm 13th September 2017
(Updated 11:04am 5th October 2017)

Did you see or hear a man shout obscenities at staff in an Amesbury store?

Police are appealing for information after an incident at the Tesco store on London road.

Around 1.45pm on Saturday 2 September a man in his late 20s entered the shop and starting shouting obscenities at staff before then leaving.

He is described as white, approximately 6' 2" tall, slim and was wearing a tan coloured jacket and blue jeans.

Although unhurt officers say staff were shaken by the incident.

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