Supervise e-fit of the Bromley attempted abduction suspect
The police investigation was opened after the man tried get the Year 6 pupil into his car as she walked to Valley First-class School in Bromley, southeast London.
Officers said the suspect tugged up alongside the schoolgirl in Beckenham Lane and tried to entice her to get in his vehicle.
She give something the thumbs down and ran into school before telling teaching staff who raised the unnerve and contacted police.
Following the attempted abduction on Monday March 5, a message was sent out to parents from a neighbouring school urging them «to be excess vigilant on their journey to and from school».
Detectives want to accounted for to this man
Incidents like this are few and far between and do not happen often
Bromley Monitor have now released an image of the suspect they are looking to trace.
They narrated him as a white man, aged in his early 40s.
He is believed to have been wearing a stumble brown blazer, white shirt, orange tie, grey trousers and malicious shoes.
He was driving a dark coloured vehicle.
Valley Advise School
Detective Sergeant Gary Bladon, from Bromley CID, answered: «Firstly, I would like to reassure the public that incidents adore this are few and far between and do not happen often.
«We now have an e-fit of the suspect and would prod anyone who recognises the man to contact us as soon as possible.
«He was wearing distinctive garmenting which may jog people’s memories.
«Likewise, if you were in the surrounding area and about you saw this man or a vehicle fitting this description, please contact the coppers on 101. Alternatively, you can call Crimestoppers anonymously on 08500 555 111.»
There have been no run ins and enquiries continue.