Man at Meadowhall train station left women fearing for safety

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Police officers want to trace a man who left two women fearing for their safety as they waited for a train at Meadowhall.

The two women accused the man of using racist language when he spoke to them and when they told him to stop he became aggressive and suggested that he had been violent towards women in the past.

PC Fiona Poyner, who is investigating the incident at 9.30pm on Friday, November 14, said: “The man started to talk to the women and began using racist language.

“When they told him they objected to this and asked him to stop talking to them he became aggressive and made reference to having previously been violent towards women.

“The women were left shaken by this encounter and it is vital we find the man involved. Everyone has the right to travel without fear of anti social behaviour or harassment.”

He was white, 6ft tall, in his late 20s, slim, with shaved, light coloured hair. He had long fingernails and was wearing a grey tracksuit with black lines down the sides.