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Woman harassed at a Nottingham tram stop

Police have released an image of someone they’d like to speak to after a woman was reportedly harassed in the street.

Officers are looking to trace the man pictured as they believe he may have information that could help them with their investigations.

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The victim was sitting alone at the David Lane Tram Stop in Old Basford, Nottingham when she was approached by a man at around 9.40pm on 12 September 2023.

He then reportedly asked her several times to come back with him to his house, which prompted the woman to get up and leave after she was left feeling uncomfortable.

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The man in question then got on board the tram shortly afterwards and was reportedly seen getting off at the stop in Radford Road, Hyson Green.

Sergeant Emma O’Meara, of Nottinghamshire Police, said:

“This was an upsetting incident for the victim, who was left feeling extremely uncomfortable after being repeatedly approached by someone she didn’t know.

“We believe that the man pictured in this image may be able to help us with our investigation and would like to urge him to come forward or for any members of the public who recognise him to come forward and help us with our enquires.

“The harassment of any person no matter their gender will be taken extremely seriously by the police and will be investigated thoroughly.”

Anyone with any information or who recognises the man in the image is urged to contact the police on 101, quoting incident 794 of 12 September 2023 or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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