Police patrols increased after children approached by strangers in Mulbarton
Police have stepped up patrols in Mulbarton following reports of suspicious behaviour in the village where children were approached by strangers.
A young boy was offered a lift as he walked to school on Friday, November 4 in Bromedale Avenue by a man and woman in a white van.
And a second incident was reported on Monday, November 14 when a man spoke to two girls who were cycling home from school along the footpath between Cuckoofield Lane and Yesmere.
In both cases the children ignored the approaches and arrived at their destinations safely.
Officers from the Mulbarton Safer Neighbourhood Team have increased patrols in the village following the reports.
Anyone with information is asked to contact the Mulbarton SNT on the non-emergency number 101 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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