Police have appealed for info in monitoring a white van after a child and toddler had been egged throughout a pair of ‘senseless’ assaults.
A nine-month-old baby suffered reddening to the face however was in any other case unhurt following the primary assault on September 2.
The toddler’s mom was left shaken after the incident close to the Shrub Hill Retail Park on Tallow Hill, in Worcester, at round 11am.
It was initially suspected to have been a racially aggravated assault, however it’s not being handled as a hate crime after a second sufferer reported being hit within the abdomen by an egg.
The man in his 30s suffered minor accidents whereas pushing his 15-month-old daughter in a pram on Midland Road, near the junction with Wylds Lane, a short while earlier.
Sergeant Paul Smith, from West Mercia Police, stated: ‘We are persevering with to attraction for witnesses and would significantly prefer to establish the proprietor of the white van pictured as we imagine they could have very important info that would assist with our enquiries.
‘We won’t tolerate mindless behaviour akin to this and will proceed to patrol the world to make sure incidents of this nature don’t occur once more.
‘Although we are no longer treating this as a racially aggravated assault, we continue to investigate the circumstances surrounding both incidents and I would urge the owner of the white van or anyone with any information that could help with our enquiries to please get in touch.’
Anyone who recognises the car or has any info that would assist with the inquiry is requested to contact police on 101.
Alternatively info may be offered anonymously to unbiased charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 or by way of their web site.