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Conditional caution for man who shouted racist abuse

1 Mar 2021

A man has been given a conditional caution following a racist incident in Cambridge.

The 58-year-old from Cambridge came forward after images of him were released on Cambridgeshire Constabulary’s Policing Cambridge City Facebook page.

He admitted being verbally abusive to a member of staff outside Aldi in Histon Road on 8 February and apologised for his behaviour.

The man has now been dealt with by police by way of a conditional caution which includes attending an appointment to address his behaviour and paying £100 in compensation to the victim.

PC Alex Thomas from the Cambridge City North Neighbourhood Policing Team said: “The offender has shown complete remorse for his actions and therefore a conditional caution was deemed to be the appropriate course of action.

“We don’t tolerate hate crime in our city and urge anyone who has been a victim to come forward and report it.”

Further information about hate crime in Cambridgeshire and how to report it online.

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