Police are appealing for information after woman was assaulted with a needle in LargsGet the biggest daily stories by emailSubscribeSee our privacy noticeMore newslettersThank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee our privacy noticeCould not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailA 50 year old woman has been left distraught after a man ‘jagged’ her with a needle on a North Ayrshire street.The victim now faces months of tests to ensure she has not suffered any lasting health issues as a result of the needle stick injury.And now the hunt is on for the individual responsible for Saturday evening’s horror incident.Detectives say the female care worker was in Nelson Street in Largs, near to Harper Crescent, at 6.30pm on Saturday, when the man approached.Council bill to decontaminate land at Harbourside is 1.3millionShe was standing next to her work vehicle, a white Vauxhall Corsa, when the man jagged her with a needle.Police say the lady, who was taken to Crosshouse Hospital, was left distraught by the incident and now faces months of health tests and examinations.Detective Sergeant Stephen McCulloch said: “This act has been carried out by a despicable individual, causing the victim a great deal of stress and anxiety. I am appealing to people in the area to think back and consider if they saw this man.”Did you see anything which could assist us in identifying him? Have you overheard anyone talking about the incident? Any small piece of information could prove significant in our enquiries, so please do pass it on.”More Patrons are needed to help support Marymass 2019The suspect is white, aged around 30, with a slim build and a gaunt appearance. He was wearing a light grey hooded top, black jogging trousers and a grey baseball cap.
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