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Theft and Assault – Seaford

Posted on 23/05/2023

At 4.30pm on Wednesday, 15th March 2023 a female entered a supermarket at Seaford and was seen walking around the store suspiciously for around two hours.

When she eventually exited the store with a trolley full of items worth about $1042, she is alleged to not have paid for them.

The store manager followed the woman and attempted to retrieve the items.

When the manager grabbed the trolley the female became aggressive, pushing the manager away and punching him to the arm and head.

She followed up with more punches to the manager’s head and used some of the items from the trolley in an attempt to hit him as well.

When members of the public intervened, the women left the area.

She is described as female, Caucasian, slim build, and about 5’6’’ tall. Half of her hair was shaved and at the time of the incident she was wearing a red t-shirt, white shorts and a black cap.

If you have any information you can anonymously provide a tip to Crime Stoppers online via our homepage or freecall 1800 333 000.

Please quote reference number 23-64TV


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