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Witness appeal launched after two teenage girls approached in Sudbury


By Newsdesk Sudbury


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A witness appeal into two incidents in Sudbury, in which young girls were approached inappropriately, has begun.

The first incident took place near Wells Hall Road on December 13, when a male made an inappropriate comment to a 14-year-old girl. There was no further approach after this occurred.

Suffolk Police states it has also received a report that a second girl of a similar age was approached in the same area later that day, although this has yet to be confirmed and enquiries are ongoing.

In the second incident on Tuesday at about 8.20am, a male followed a 13-year-old girl from Ingrams Well Road to the Sainsbury’s supermarket. No direct approach was made during this incident.

The male is described as being five foot five inches in height, with light brown or mousey hair, and he was wearing a black Nike tracksuit.

Anybody who witnessed either incident or who has any knowledge of what happened should contact Suffolk Police by calling 101, quoting the reference code CAD 412 of December 13 for the first incident, or 37/73050/18 for the second incident.



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