Police in Bath are trying to trace a woman who verbally abused two uniformed Norland Nannies in Bath city centre.
It happened on Monday 14 September at the bus station in Dorchester Street and continued on the No 5 Twerton/Whiteway bus.
The woman remained in the bus as the two nannies got off at Newton Road in Twerton.
One witness has told police that the bus was full and that several passengers asked the woman to stop her swearing and abuse. We would like to contact them for more information.
Police say the woman is:
- white, in her early 30s
- 5ft 8ins tall, of medium build
- dyed red/brown hair tied up in a bun
- with a tongue piercing
- wearing a red polo shirt, baggy light blue jeans, white Adidas trainers and a white Adidas waist-length jacket
- carrying a number of white plastic carrier bags full of shopping
Anyone with information is asked to call 101 quoting reference number 102667/15.
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