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Ipswich: Man shines laser pen into busdriver’s eyes as he drives along Bramford Road

PUBLISHED: 13:47 03 February 2014 | UPDATED: 13:50 03 February 2014

Man shines laser in busdriver's eyes

Man shines laser in busdriver's eyes

Police are appealing for information after a laser pen was shone into a bus driver’s eye in Ipswich.

The incident happened in Bramford Road, near to the Farm Foods store, at approximately 8.45pm on Monday, January 27.

A man has shone a green laser pen into the eye of a male bus driver who was travelling along the road driving a single-decker bus.

The offender is described as white and was part of a group of four men aged in their late teens. The victim sustained discomfort to his eyes and a headache as a result.

Anyone with information relating to this crime should contact PC Chris Moreton from Ipswich on 101 quoting IC/14/406 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.

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