Hunt for female suspect seen fleeing racist train attack in distinctive white heels after victim left with two black eyes

Hunt for female suspect seen fleeing racist train attack in distinctive white heels after victim left with two black eyes

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COPS are hunting a woman seen fleeing a brutal racist attack wearing a pair of bright white high heels.

The suspect – wearing a black and white striped outfit – was with a large group after a festival in Worcester last month when a train passenger was battered after she confronted the racist crowd.

The female suspect is being hunted by cops after she was seen fleeing the scene in white high heels

The victim challenged the crowd on a train after they started unleashing racist abuse between Worcester and Stourbridge Junction stations on August 10.

The woman asked them to stop but was then threatened and punched three times in the face as she tried to get off.

She was left black and blue in the savage beating and transport cops have launched a hunt for the female yob responsible.

Two black eyes

A statement from British Transport Police said: “The incident happened at 8.20pm on Saturday 10 August between Worcester and Stourbridge Junction stations.

“A large group of men and women, who had been at a festival in Worcester, are reported to have been making racist comments.

“A passenger challenged their behaviour and asked them to stop. She was then threatened by a woman from the group.


“When the victim went to leave the train at Stourbridge a woman from the group punched her in the face three times. The victim suffered two black eyes and swelling.

“Anyone who recognises the woman in the image is asked to contact BTP by texting 61016 or by calling 0800 40 50 40 and quoting reference number 591 of 10/08/19.

“Alternatively, call Crimestoppers anonymously by calling 0800 555 111.”


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