Police are appealing for witnesses after a shop worker was assaulted in Dundee’s Ann Summers store.
Police Scotland want to trace a man whom they wish to speak to in relation to the incident, which happened on Wednesday, January 4 at around 1.50pm in the Reform Street premises.
The man is described as Asian appearance in his late 40’s, approximately 5’8 in height and average build.
He has short, thick dark brown or black hair, which is greying.
At the time of this incident, he was seen to be wearing brown dress shoes, dark coloured trousers – possibly jeans – a three quarter length jacket or grey tweed style material, a white and black checked scarf with a dark coloured rucksack on his back which had a distinctive yellow trim.
He was last seen exiting the store and walking south on Reform Street towards the City Square.
Despite extensive enquiries, the person responsible has still to be identified and officers appealing for witness information.
Anyone with information is asked to contact Police Scotland on 101 or contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
An Ann Summers spokeswoman said: “Ann Summers always ensure that all necessary processes are met if incidents occur in one of our stores.
“The safety of our store colleagues is paramount and we ensure all individual cases are treated with complete confidentiality and that our colleagues are offered the best support throughout.
“Ann Summers have no further comment as this matter is being handled effectively by the police.”