Police are appealing for witnesses after a driver was assaulted in Kettering.
The victim was driving down Maple Road and stopped at the junction with Laburnum Road, when a dark-coloured van, believed to be a Mercedes, with a foreign registration plate, was travelling in the other direction.
The van stopped and a man got out of the passenger side, went up to the victim's car and punched him in the face.
The man then got back into the van, and drove away towards Stamford Road.
It happened just before 3pm on Saturday, 7 November.
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Police are appealing for witnesses after a woman was assaulted while she was walking along a street in Kettering.
The victim was walking along Montagu Street, towards the town centre, sometime between 5am and 5.10am on Saturday when a man grabbed her arm from behind.
The woman shrugged him off and ran away. She was not injured
The offender is described as a black man, 30–40 years old, around 6ft tall and wearing a dark coloured hooded top with the hood over his head,
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