A pregnant woman lost her baby after a racist thug kicked and stamped on her stomach in a Co-Op car park in Bletchley, Buckinghamshire.

Suspect wanted by police
Suspect wanted by police

The 34-year-old woman was beaten to the ground after the suspect followed her from the Co-Op store into the car park after a row about queue-jumping.

The suspect had also hurled racist abuse at the woman in the store before the attack on Saturday, August 6.

Witnesses described the woman as a middle eastern woman wearing a headscarf.

Other witnesses say the woman could be heard crying ‘help me’ as the man repeatedly kicked and stamped on her.

A passer-by tried to intervene and help the woman but the suspect hit the 40-year-old man with a bottle, leaving him with head injuries.

The 34-year-old’s victims ethnicity has not been released to the public but according to police she was taken to hospital but miscarried her unborn child.

The attack took place yards from Hazrath Shahjalal Jamie Masjid mosque which has also been previously targeted by BNP racists.

Marian Scott, 56, witnessed the aftermath of the attack and said that the woman looked Middle-Eastern and wore a headscarf.

‘It was in the early evening. She was lying on the floor but screaming. A man was against the wall,’ she said.

‘Both were of ethnic origin. She was young and had dark clothing. She had a head scarf – not the full veil. She wasn’t heavily pregnant,’ he said.

Another witness, Visakan Nathan, who lives near the Co-Op car park said the woman was possibly of African origin, possibly Somalian.

He said: ‘I heard the noise of a lady screaming. She was screaming “help me, help me”.

‘This guy was attacking the lady — he was very aggressive. He was kicking and pushing her.’

Thames Valley Police have released a CCTV image of the suspect and are asking if anyone recognises him to come forward.

He is a white man with a shaved head and was pictured wearing a silver chain, a black and grey striped T-shirt, dark jeans and a black jacket.

PC Richard Armitage of Milton Keynes Police said: ‘This racially aggravated assault had absolutely devastating consequences for the victim, who lost her baby as a result of the attack.

‘Our thoughts are with her and her family at this incredibly difficult and sad time.’

Anyone with any information should contact police on 101.