Reported child 'abduction' attempts at two Welsh primary schools 20-miles apart
Child abduction attempts have been reported at two Welsh primary schools. The incidents took place over two days earlier this week, which have led to warnings circulating to make parents and children vigilant.
The first took place in the Porthcawl area on Tuesday, May 10. Nottage Primary School explained in a post on social media how the council had informed them of what happened in order to alert parents and pupils to be vigilant.
The nature of the incident saw a man attempt to get a young boy into her car, purporting to be a friend of his mother.
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The post from the primary school read: "We have been contacted by the local authority who have informed us …
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