Greater Manchester residents living in the Dukinfield area are concerned about a sexual predator in the area following the attempted abduction of an 11 year old boy by a Muslim deviant in a white van and in a separate incident a female followed by dubious individual fitting the same description.
Parents and women should not need to have something like this happening nearby to raise their guards to the threat of Muslim sex offenders. They should be aware of the dangers they pose all the time.
Manchester abduction alert after ‘man tried to drag terrified 11-year-old boy into car’
MANCHESTER has been rocked by abduction horror after a man tried to drag a schoolboy into his car as he walked home from school, it has been claimed.
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SNATCH: The man tried to ‘grab’ the boy outside his school, it has been claimed
The unidentified motorist, driving a white car, made a sick attempt to bundle the 11-year-old into his vehicle in Dukinfield, Manchester.
The sister of the boy told Daily Star Online that the man followed her brother as he walked home from school at around 7pm on Monday night.
The driver then pulled over and attempted to “grab his arm and drag him in”, she claimed.
Luckily, the boy noticed he was being followed and ran back to the safety of his school, which was just yards away.
SICK: The boy’s sister said she felt ‘sick to the stomach’ after hearing of the incident
“It’s terrifying, you never really realise until it’s that close to home just how scary it is”
The 11-year-old boy’s sisterThe boy’s horrified sister, who asked not to be named, said she felt “sick to the stomach” after hearing of the incident.
She said: “It’s a horrible to think what could have happened if he wasn’t so aware he was being followed.
“It’s terrifying, you never really realise until it’s that close to home just how scary it is.”
She believes whoever tried to snatch her brother could be part of a grooming gang akin to the sex rings uncovered in Rochdale and Rotherham.
She added: “Well to think there have been a few incidents with that park and around there, I think it’s someone working together.
“I checked for any cameras around the area as well, but there is nothing.
“Somebody must be planning it and know there’s a school nearby and a park where a lot of kids play by themselves.”
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It comes after police confirmed a 20-year-old woman was followed by a man in the same area at around 11pm on Sunday night.
The woman told Daily Star Online the motorist asked where she was going and offered to give her a lift, but she refused and walked away.
But the man, described as Asian, continued to drive slowly beside her, after which she called a friend, prompting him to speed off.
The woman, from Dukinfield, said: “He then asked me where I was going so the first thing that popped into my head was ‘meeting a friend’.
“He then asked me whether I needed a lift and said ‘jump in, I’ll take you’.
“I immediately took my phone out of my bag to send a text to my friend for them to ring me and luckily he drove off.
“It’s left me shocked, upset and angry – there’s a school nearby.”
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SHOCK: King Street in Duckinfield, near to where the boy was approachedPolice have launched an inquiry into the incident.
No arrests have been made and there is nothing to suggest these two incidents are linked.
A spokesperson for Greater Manchester Police said: “GMP received a report that a woman was followed along King Street, Dukinfield on Sunday 24 July 2016 at around 11pm.
“Officers launched enquiries into the incident and no arrests have been made.”
Appalled locals took to Facebook to condemn the man and offer their support to the woman and the boy’s family.
One wrote: “That’s absolutely disgusting! Hope he’s okay poor boy. I live round the corner from there as well. Some right weird/sickos.”
Another concerned mother wrote: “This is awful makes me scared to even let my kids out of sight.”
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PROBE: Police are looking into an incident involving a man who followed a womanIt comes after Dukinfield was rocked by reports of a man offering to buy a child sweets in September last year.
Greater Manchester Police said the incident was “suspicious” and launched an investigation to support the youngster’s evidence.
The incidents are a chilling reminder of the widespread child abuse scandal that occurred in Rotherham, South Yorkshire, between 1997 and 2013.
An estimated 1,400 children were abducted and sexually abused.