Police want to speak to this man after a ‘racially aggravated incident’ at a McDonald’s in Stockport

Officers believe the man "could assist with enquires".

Emily Sergeant Emily Sergeant - 15th December 2022

Greater Manchester Police (GMP) has issued a public appeal for information and witnesses to an incident of racist abuse in Stockport.

A CCTV image of a man that officers would like to speak to has also been released.

Although not a great deal of information has been provided on the matter at this stage, GMP says it is currently investigating what they have called “an incident of racist abuse” that took place at McDonalds on Wellington Road South in Stockport on Sunday 6 November 2022 – with enquiries said to be ongoing.

GMP said officers are now in a position to appeal to the public for information, and they would like to speak to the man who is pictured below.

Officers believe the man “could assist with enquires”.


As well as appealing help to identify the man in the picture provided, police say they are also appealing for anyone who may have been in the McDonald’s restaurant at the time, or anyone who may have witnessed the incident, to come forward and provide any information they may have.

McDonald’s on Wellington Road South in Stockport / Credit: Google Maps

Anyone with information is asked to contact GMP on 0161 856 9821 quoting incident 629 of 6/11/22.


Alternatively, you can report information anonymously via the independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

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