Police plea over man with history of domestic violence

Haydn Andrews Picture: Wiltshire Police

POLICE want to trace a man with history of domestic violence in connection with breaching a court order.

Haydn Andrews 24, was jailed in April last year for six months after hitting a 17-year-old girl’s head on pavement outside Swindon railway station in February 2017.

He then attacked her twice while on bail. In court he admitted three charges of common assault and one of causing criminal damage.

When he appealed against the sentence it was upheld and a restraining order banning Andrews from contacting his victim for two years was put in place.

Andrews has been associated with addresses in Curtis Street, Swindon, and Westcroft, Chippenham.

He is described by police as about 6ft 1in tall, of medium build with light brown hair and blue eyes.

A Wiltshire Police spokesman said: “If you see Andrews, do not approach him but call police on 999 with his exact location, direction of travel and description of clothing and any items he is carrying.

“If you have further information regarding Andrews, please call police on 101.”

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