By George O'Dowd Jun 27th, 2018
Children need to know how to protect themselves in dangerous situations.
Monday 25th June a 12-year-old girl was reportedly approached by a man, offering her £10 to get into his car in broad daylight.
The alleged incident happened around 8:10pm on Long View Road in Clase, Swansea, as the girl was walking towards the shops, not far from Clase Primary School.
The Police say:
"The driver of the car is described as being white, aged 35 to 40, with dark brown hair and a local accent. The vehicle is described as being a small, dark grey car."
To help protect your children when you’re not around give them knowledge and opportunity to learn about their personal safety and self defence moves to help them keep themselves safe and get out of dangerous situations should they arise .
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