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Police Appeal Following Racially Aggravated Attack On Vehicle in Halifax

Police are issuing CCTV stills of men they want to speak to in connection with a racially aggravated attack on a vehicle.

Calderdale Police would like to speak with anyone who recognises the men following an incident on Claremont Road, Halifax on April 10 2016.

It took place after the victim, a 33-year-old man who was delivering pizza, was approached by three white men at about 7.50pm after parking his car.

The victim was then racially abused by suspects who caused a substantial amount of damage to his car before making off.

PC Carl Gallagher of Calderdale Police, said: “Enquiries have been progressing into this assault and we would like to speak with anyone who can help us identify the men pictured or the white Peugeot 206 derived van.

“This vehicle had black alloy wheels and body kit, spoiler and side skirts so is quite distinctive.”

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He added: “Racially aggravated abuse and behaviour such as that displayed by suspects in this incident will not be tolerated and I would ask anyone who has information to contact myself at Calderdale Police on 101 referencing crime number 13160153656.

“Information can also be given anonymously to the independent Crimestoppers charity on 0800 555 111.”

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Source: West Yorkshire Police

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