Man 'grabbed woman's hips' in Sheffield street

Greenhill Road, Sheffield. Photo: Google
Greenhill Road, Sheffield. Photo: Google
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Police are looking for a man who grabbed a woman while she was walking in a city street.

According to the Sheffield south west team a 'suspicious' man approached a woman in Greenhill Road, Meadowhead, on Wednesday.

He started speaking to her and then grabbed hold of her hips. The woman was able to break free from his grip and ran away.

Posting on their Facebook page the policing team said: "His intention is not known at this time, but it was not thought to be of a sexual nature."

The man was white, between 25 and 30, wearing a black coat, dark tracksuit bottoms, a winter hat and trainers. He described as having a Sheffield farmer’s accent.

If you have any information or see anyone matching the description call 101 quoting incident 563 of March 1.

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