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29th January 2018

SCHOOL WATCH – Updated 6th February 2018

School Watch Alert 31st January, 2018:

  • Details of incident:  This incident occurred around 13.00hrs and 13.25hrs on Wednesday 31st January 2018 outside of Muscliff Primary School.

    Children have reported seeing a white van with blue and yellow markings parked up next to the school fence. The children state that they noticed the van because they saw flashes coming from it and believe that there were two males inside it taking pictures towards the school.They have described the males as being white with short dark hair and aged in their 40’s. The men did not speak to the children and they did not get out of the vehicle.The children have described the vehicle as white transit van Medium size with blue and yellow markings.  The window was part way down on the passenger side.

School Watch Alert 31st January, 2018:

  • This incident occurred at 1700 hours on Wednesday 31st January outside of St Michaels School, Colehill, Wimborne.  A small silver car slowed down on the opposite side of the road to where two 11 year old girls were stood.  The driver of the car was a male only described as being bald he shouted out of his window “your taxi’s here” and then drove off.  The vehicle did not stop and the male did not approach the girls.

School Watch Alert 25th January, 2018:

  • At approximately 1650 hours on Thursday 25th January 2 males in a white van were driving past Winton Primary School in Oswald Road Bournemouth, trying to tempt children into the van.
  • At 3.30pm on Thursday 25th January 2018 –  whilst an 11 year old student was walking home and outside Somerford Primary School, he noticed two males in a white van waving and shouting “hello” towards him. They then said “you alright mate?”. The student ignored the males and they drove off. The description was that both males were white with the driver being in his mid-30’s and had dark hair.

If you have any safety concerns, please do not hesitate to contact us.

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