Police hunting foul mouthed youths

POLICE are trying to trace youths who swore at a woman in a children's playpark.The 40-year-old had taken her young daughter to the small fenced-off play park near Walnut Tree Avenue in Rendlesham around 3.30pm on Saturday May 19.

POLICE are trying to trace youths who swore at a woman in a children's playpark.

The 40-year-old had taken her young daughter to the small fenced-off play park near Walnut Tree Avenue in Rendlesham around 3.30pm on Saturday May 19.

Two girls and a boy entered the park and sat on a seesaw and started swearing. The woman asked them to leave because of their language but one of the girls and the boy then became verbally abusive towards her and the woman called her husband and he intervened.

A short time later the woman went to Costcutters to buy groceries but on her way back was confronted by three boys and one was again verbally abusive.

Police want to trace the youths involved. The first is described as being of mixed race, in his mid-teens, around 5ft 9ins tall with cropped light coloured hair in an Afro style. He was wearing a light blue or grey sleeveless hooded top, with a T-shirt underneath and light blue jeans.

The girl was white, had long blonde hair and was also in her mid-teens. She is described as quite plump and was wearing a grey vest top with a black bolero-style jacket and jeans.

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The second youth is described as being a tanned white male, in his mid to late teens, about 5ft 3ins tall, well built and muscled, with short dark hair. He was bare-chested and wore blue denim jeans with a T-shirt hanging from his jean pocket.

Anyone with information about the incident, or recognises the descriptions of the youths, should call Woodbridge police on 01473 613500.

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