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Monday, July 16, 2012
Dispute over parking
Police are appealing for information after a civil enforcement officer was assaulted in Tenterden High Street.
It is alleged that a van driver verbally abused, pushed and spat in the 50-year-old officer’s face, during a dispute over parking near the HSBC bank.
A 20-year-old man from the Ashford area has been interviewed in connection with the incident which took place on July 4 at around 12.15pm.
PC Andrew Dale said: “The area was busy at the time and it is believed that several people walked past during the altercation - I would be grateful if they would contact me as they may have information that can assist the investigation.”
If you have any information, contact PC Dale at Kent Police on 101, giving reference ZY/18317.
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