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Schools across Nantwich have issued a warning to parents after a man tried to lure a pupil into his car.

The incident involved a year 10 Malbank School pupil as she was walking home in the Burland area near Nantwich after school.

Reports say she was approached by a man who pulled over in his car at the side of the road, offering to give her a lift.

She refused and he asked her a second time but then drove off as she declined and walked away.

The incident is said to have happened on Tuesday (June 26) at about 3.30pm.

The man was driving a white, small car similar to a VW Polo. He is described as aged 40-50, blonde/grey hair, skinny.

An email alerting parents says: “We have had a report from a female pupil in year 10 that a man approached her in a car yesterday and tried to get her to get in.

“Can you please alert staff and students in your school and staff and students in your feeder primary schools.”

A Cheshire Police spokesman said they are appealing for any information which may help trace the man.

He said: “The man is described as white, 40-50 with a skinny build and blonde hair.

“The incident number is 105897 if anyone has any information they can pass to the police.”

One Comment

  1. I was alarmed to read this on Nantwich News today as both our children attend Malbank school yet we have not received any communication from Malbank via SMS or email about this even though the school regularly contact us by these methods.

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