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We are appealing for witnesses to an argument that we believe took place on Worple Road in Epsom on Friday afternoon (15 July 2022).
It is alleged that, at around 2.15pm, a verbal altercation took place between a woman and another female, believed to be a child, in a parked white van.
A White man and a White woman were sat in the front of the van, and the woman was seen to get out of the driver’s seat and open a rear door on the van before speaking to the person inside.
The driver is described as a White woman in her 40s, possibly with brown hair. She is also believed to have been wearing khaki shorts and a navy sleeveless top.
The van is believed to be a White transit van, but we do not have any further details that could identify it.
It is possible that this could just have been a family disagreement, but we would like to identify those involved and make sure all persons are safe and well.
Were you in the area around St. Martin’s Church of England School on Worple Road in Epsom on Friday afternoon between around 2pm and 3pm? Did you see anything that might assist with our enquiries?
If so, please get in touch quoting PR/45220075909 via:
If you don’t wish to speak to police, you can call independent charity Crimestoppers instead on 0800 555 111.
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