Hereford & Worcester

Women suffer 'vile racist tirade' in Worcester

Police are trying to trace two women they say were subjected to a "vile tirade" of racist abuse outside a Worcester supermarket.

They want the two Asian women to come forward after a passer-by reported the swearing and aggression.

It happened on the morning of 17 June outside the entrance to Asda, St Martins Gate Quarter.

The offender was said to be a white woman, in her 50s, 5ft 5in tall and slim. She had short dyed blonde hair.

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