Police want to speak to this man after worker repeatedly punched at kiosk in Northamptonshire shopping centre

Police want to speak to this man about an assault in the Newlands Centre in Kettering

Police want to speak to this man about an assault in the Newlands Centre in Kettering

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Police want to speak to this man in relation to an incident where a man working in a kiosk at the Newlands Shopping Centre was pushed and repeatedly punched.

They have released this CCTV image of a man they are trying to trace following an assault in the Kettering shopping centre on Thursday, August 13.

The assault happened between 3pm and 3.20pm at the I-Style mobile phone accessory and repair kiosk.

A man and a woman visited the kiosk and, following a dispute, the man grabbed and pushed a member of staff and then punched him several times.

The man then left the kiosk and the Newlands Centre, and headed towards St Andrew’s car park.

The man is described as being of Arabic appearance, about 5ft 11in, with a heavy build, short dark hair and a beard.

He wore dark blue jeans, trainers and a blue polo shirt with a white collar and four horizontal stripes across it.

He was carrying two large carrier bags of shopping and was accompanied by a woman with long black hair, tied in a ponytail.

Witnesses, or anyone who recognises the man pictured, is asked to call Northamptonshire Police on 101.