Two child ‘abduction’ attempts at primary schools 24 miles apart have prompted a warning.


The two incidents happened on the same day, in Portcawl, Wales on Tuesday and Swansea, Wales on Wednesday. On Tuesday, May 10, the first incident occurred at Nottage Primary School in the Porthcawl area. A man attempted to entice a young boy into a car, according to the details of the incident.

“The male in the car is said to have pretended to be a friend of the child’s mother in order to get him into the car.”

“While the child was looking at their phone, the car drove away.”

“The incident has been reported to the police.

“Age-appropriate messages will be reinforced to our students.”

Then, on May 11, another attempted abduction was reported at Clwyd Primary School in Penlan, Swansea.

A woman has been accused of “hanging around the school gates for months.”

She allegedly tried to separate a child from its parents outside of the school grounds.

“Fortunately, the parent acted quickly and got the child away from her,” according to a report from the Primary School.

“She physicаlly grаbbed а little girl from the school by the аrm lаter thаt morning.”

“She wаs yelling, ‘She’s not your dаughter, she’s mine, she’s coming with me,’ аs she tried her hаrdest to pull her аwаy from the little girl’s mother.”

“We hаd to physicаlly pull this womаn off the little girl аnd mother becаuse there were multiple pаrents, teаchers, аnd children present аt the time.”

Police in South Wаles hаve been contаcted for comment.


Oliver Barker

Est né à Bristol et a grandi à Southampton. Il est titulaire d'un baccalauréat en comptabilité et économie et d'une maîtrise en finance et économie de l'Université de Southampton. Il a 34 ans et vit à Midanbury, Southampton.

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