Help police find man who allegedly spat in woman's face

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POLICE believe a man who spat on a woman following a minor traffic incident near Mackay recently could be recognised by residents in the Ipswich area.

At about 3:30pm on January 11, the 53-year-old woman pulled into a business car park on Archibald Street in Paget after a traffic incident.

Another vehicle involved in the traffic incident - a black Holden Barina - stopped nearby.

It is alleged that a man got out and approached the woman, damaging her car before spitting in her face.

He then drove off.

The woman told police she did not recognise the man or the vehilce involved, which investigations have found is registered to a person in Ipswich.

Police have released an image of the man they believe may be able to help in their inquiries into the incident.

Anyone with information that could assist police should phone the Mackay Police on 4968 3444 or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

Topics:  ipswich crime paget police spitting traffic crash

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