Man armed with ‘Nunchucks’ smashed car’s windows in Portsmouth Co-Op car park

A man armed with ‘Nunchucks’ smashed the rear windows of a vehicle in a supermarket car park in Portsmouth. 

The incident happened at the Co-Op in Havant Road, Drayton, at 11.55pm on Tuesday, September 4. 

The incident happened at the Co-Op on Havant Road, Drayton. Picture: Google Maps

A member of staff from the supermarket had pulled into car park to respond to an internal alarm when a man, who had been sat in a silver Vauxhall Zafira, walked towards the car carrying ‘Nunchucks’. 

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The staff member started to drive off and the man smashed one of the rear windows with the ‘Nunchucks’.

He is described as being: 

- White

- Between the ages of 35 and 45

- 6 feet tall

- Has a slim build

- Has Tattoos

Police are looking to find anyone who witnessed the incident, or saw the suspect in the vehicle, or recognises him from the description.

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If you have any information, please contact us on 101, quoting reference number 44180335355.

In an emergency, call 999.

What are Nunchucks? 

Also known as nunchaku, it is a traditional martial arts weapon originating from the Okinawa Island, which is between China and Japan. 

It consists of two sticks connected at one end by a short chain or rope - the Nunchucks are widely used in such martial arts as karate. 

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