Motorist subjected to racist abuse in Frimley
By mattcollison | Wednesday, September 26, 2012, 10:55
RACIST abuse was hurled at a motorist as she drove from Frimley to Blackwater.
The victim, a woman in her twenties, was driving along the Frimley Road in Frimley at 5pm on September 19 and approached the roundabout outside Matalan at the same time as a black Ford Focus.
The driver of the Focus swerved into a bus lane and then into the main carriageway behind the victim's vehicle.
The suspect vehicle then followed the victim's car and its occupants started shouting racially abusive language at her.
The abuse continued along the entire length of Frimley Road, onto the A30 and into Blackwater. Whilst at the traffic lights at the Meadows roundabout the occupants of the Focus pulled up alongside the victim and continued to shout racial abuse.
The ordeal ended after the victim drove into Blackwater train station.
The driver of the Ford Focus is described as a white woman, approximately 25 years-old, of large build with long, straight brown hair tied in a pony tail. She appeared to be wearing a dark coloured hooded top. The front passenger was also a white female, approximately 20-years-old and of slim build. She had brown hair which was tied up and she appeared to be wearing a white shirt and a red tie.
There were three passengers in the back, one man in the middle and two women either side.
PC Andy Jenkins said: "This was a very upsetting ordeal for the victim who was simply going about her business. Racially aggravated offences of this nature will not be tolerated by Surrey Police and we are determined to find those responsible and bring them to justice."
Anyone with any information should call Surrey Police on 101, quoting reference SH/12/3750, or call independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.