Appeal after toddler prodded and told to ‘shut up’ in Norfolk supermarket

Police are appealing for information after a toddler was prodded by an elderly woman in Eaton. Police are appealing for information after a toddler was prodded by an elderly woman in Eaton.

Tuesday, July 15, 2014
4:29 PM

An appeal for witnesses has been launched after a toddler was shouted at and prodded in a Norfolk supermarket.

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Norfolk Police issued an appeal for information following the incident at around 9.45am on July 11 in the café at Waitrose Eaton, near Norwich.

A mother reported that her two-year-old was approached by an elderly woman who poked him in the arm and repeatedly told him to “shut up”.

Officers are keen to speak to the elderly woman, who is believed to be aged between 70 and 80-years-old, or would like to hear from anyone else who may have witnessed the incident. The toddler was not injured.

Contact PC Kelly Larkin at Norfolk Constabulary on 101 or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.

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