Partly Cloudy

Partly Cloudy

max temp: 8°C

min temp: 5°C

Search

Kesgrave: Police want to find two men in car who approached 12-year-old girl

12:32 16 May 2014

Police appeal

Police appeal

Archant

A 12-year-old girl was asked to get into a car by two men in Kesgrave yesterday.

She was walking home along Wilkinson Drive around 6.25pm and was near Cedarwood Primary School when a car drove onto the grass verge next to her.

A man inside asked her to come to the car and she saw a second man in the passenger seat.

The girl went towards the car but when the driver asked her to get in she ran to a nearby relative’s house.

The driver was described as white with short brown, greying hair who was wearing a blue polo-type shirt.

The passenger was also white with scruffy, long dark hair.

The vehicle they were in was dark blue with four doors, was dusty and rusty and had a small silver trailer behind with a black cover on.

Anyone with information about this incident should call Pc Luke Horsfield at Suffolk Police headquarters on 101.

1 comment

  • If they spoke to her, why so coy about what their speech sounded like? Did they use sign language? Was it Suffolk? Liverpudlian? Glaswegian?

    Report this comment

    Supernova6

    Friday, May 16, 2014

The views expressed in the above comments do not necessarily reflect the views of this site

The newest Labour MP in the House of Commons made much of his local work to get elected for the Stoke on Trent Central constituency – but Gareth Snell was brought up in Stowmarket.

Police have moved to reassure the public after a surge in violent crime in Ipswich has seen 11 major incidents in the past six months.

She moved to the spotlight with her design for Ipswich’s Pigs Gone Wild project, and now Lois Cordelia has been talent-scouted for a similar art trail further afield.

Rail passengers travelling between London to Ipswich this morning are facing delays after ‘trespass incident’ between Colchester and Marks Tey.

Plans for 300 houses in a mid Suffolk parish have prompted a series of objections from residents and organisations, with claims a golden opportunity to alleviate traffic congestion in Stowmarket is being missed.

The A14 Orwell Bridge will remain open today as Storm Doris looks to have passed - but it was a busy night for the emergency services as they dealt with the aftermath.

This year marks the 47th annual Ipswich to Felixstowe Road run - and as the organisers make their final preparations we look back to a particularly popular run in May 1995.

Pianos collectively worth £50,000 are being given away to schools and community groups.

Nearly 11 hours after it was closed, motorists are now able to use the Orwell Bridge.

Ipswich’s MP has said work must continue to provide the town with alternative routes for diverted Orwell Bridge traffic in the wake of yesterday’s closure.

Most read

Most commented

HOT JOBS

Show Job Lists

Topic pages

Newsletter Sign Up

Sign up to receive our regular email newsletter
MyDate24 MyPhotos24