Police release CCTV images following a verbal assault at McDonald’s in Baldock services

PUBLISHED: 16:59 20 December 2017

Police have released this CCTV image after a man was verbally abusive and threatening to the member of staff who was serving him. Picture: Herts Constabulary

Police have released this CCTV image after a man was verbally abusive and threatening to the member of staff who was serving him. Picture: Herts Constabulary

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Police are looking to speak to a man in connection with a public order offence at Baldock services on Friday – and have released a CCTV image as part of their enquiries.

The incident – which happened at the services McDonald’s restaurant at around 9am – occurred when a man became verbally abusive and threatening to the worker who was serving him.

He then left the restaurant when asked to by the manager.

PCSO Chris Brabrook, who is investigating the incident, said: “I am appealing to anyone who recognises the person pictured in the CCTV image to please get in touch as soon as possible. It could be that this person could provide us with information which could prove to be crucial to our investigation.”

Anyone with any information should call 101 quoting crime reference number G4/17/1214.

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