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Police Warn Children After Abduction Attempt- Hurstville


Police are urging school children to be extra vigilant after an abduction attempt at Hurstville in Sydney’s south.
About 8am yesterday (Friday 14 October) a 14-year-old girl was walking along Kimberley Lane when she was approached by a white workman’s van.
The male driver has then exited the vehicle and attempted to lure the teenager inside by dropping his keys in front of her and asking her to pick them up. The girl refused and as a result was threatened by the man.
The schoolgirl ran from the area and was followed by the man for a short distance.
Investigators from Hurstville Local Area Command have spoken with the victim and conducted inquiries at the crime scene.
The man has been described to police as being approximately 40-years of age, of white/European appearance, 170cm tall with dark grey hair and grey facial stubble.
Anyone with any information about the man or the vehicle involved in the incident is urged to contact Hurstville Police Station or Crime Stoppers.
Inquiries into the incident are continuing...Crime Stoppers-1800 333 000.


AAP (15-10-2005)

 
 
 

 

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Police Issue Warning After Abduction Attempt - Caringbah


Police are urging school children to be extra vigilant after an abduction attempt at Caringbah in Sydney’s south.
About 3.30pm yesterday (Friday 14 October) a nine-year-old boy was walking home from school along Northcote Avenue when he was approached by a yellow 4WD, possibly a Jeep. His 11-year-old sister and seven-year-old brother were with him at the time.
The vehicle pulled up next to the boy and the male driver leant across the front seat and opened the front passenger door.
The man then grabbed the boy’s school backpack. The boy attempted to run but was pulled back and fell, scraping his knee and elbow.
The vehicle then drove away east along Northcote Avenue.
The boy and his siblings walked home before he attended Cronulla Police Station with his mother a short time later.
Investigators from Miranda Local Area Command have spoken with the boy and conducted inquiries at the crime scene.
The man has been described to police as being in his 30’s, with tanned skin, dark eyes, short brown hair and stubbly facial hair around his chin.
Anyone with any information about the man or the vehicle involved in the incident is urged to contact Miranda Local Area Command or Crime Stoppers.
Inquiries into the incident are continuing.


AAP (15-10-2005)





Teen Escapes Attempted Abduction


A 19-YEAR-OLD woman was grabbed from behind and knocked to the ground during an attempted abduction in Sydney's south last night, police report.
The woman got off a train at Bardwell Park station about 11.30pm (AEST) yesterday and was walking along Hartill Law Avenue when she noticed a man following her.
As she reached Girraween Park, the man grabbed her from behind and tried to drag her into bushes at the side of the road.
The woman was pushed to the ground, screamed and struggled before managing to break free, police said today.
She stopped a bus in Homer Street and the driver contacted police.
Although extremely distressed, the woman did not suffer any serious physical injuries.
She described the man as being 17-18 years old, of Pacific Islander appearance, clean shaven, and short to medium build with black curly hair.
He was wearing a blue or red basketball-style singlet.
The incident followed two other attempted abductions in Sydney's south during the past few days, which prompted police to warn people to be vigilant.
On Friday, a man in a four-wheel drive vehicle tried to abduct an 11-year-old boy while he was walking home from school at Caringbah.
Earlier the same day, a 14-year-old girl was approached by a man driving a white van in Hurstville.


AAP (17-10-2005)



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