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Police step up patrols after reports of men being ‘verbally abusive’ in Mapperley’s Digby Park

A woman reported two men had shouted abuse at her and intimidated her

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Police say they have stepped up patrols after reports of men being verbally abusive at a park in Mapperley.

Officers increased high-visibility patrols to provide reassurance as they continue their enquiries into separate reports of men being verbally abusive.

Patrols have been stepped up in the Digby Avenue/Digby Park area after a woman reported two men had shouted abuse at her and intimidated her before one of them shoved her during an incident on a footpath in Central Avenue.

It happened around 1.50pm on Tuesday (October 5, 2021).

The victim was unharmed but left feeling shaken.

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Officers are also progressing with their investigations into a report of two men shouting abuse at another woman in the same area while she was walking her dog at around 2.15pm on Tuesday.

Neighbourhood Policing Sergeant Becky O’Connor said: “We are treating both of these reported incidents seriously and we have increased patrols in the area to provide reassurance as we continue to work hard to understand the circumstances and find those responsible.

“We are offering support to both victims as we progress with our enquiries and our investigation is ongoing.

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“To help us with our enquiries we are urging anyone who witnessed either of these incidents or who has any other information which could assist us to please get in touch.”

Anyone with information should call Nottinghamshire Police on 101, quoting incident number 325 of 5 October 2021 (regarding the first incident) or 347 of 5 October (second incident).

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