Police launch probe after gang of men attempted to abduct two teenage girls in Thatcham, Berkshire
Police launch probe after gang of 4 men attempted to abduct two teenage girls by luring them into their BMW in Berkshire
- Thames Valley Police launch investigation after Berkshire attempted abduction
- Two teenage girls had been approached by gang at round 10pm earlier this month
- They fled the scene, as police as we speak warn Thatcham group to be vigilant
Police have launched an investigation after a gang of men attempted to lure two terrified teenage girls right into a automobile.
The pair of girls had been strolling by means of a residential avenue in the night of July 13 in Thatcham, Berkshire once they had been approached by a bunch of men in a BMW.
The group of 4 men had inspired the younger girls to get into their automobile, however they refused.
The pair of girls had been strolling by means of a residential avenue in the night of July 13 in Thatcham, Berkshire once they had been approached by a bunch of men in a BMW. There is not any suggestion that the automobiles pictured as concerned in the incident
Thames Valley Police confirmed they had been knowledgeable after the younger ladies fled the scene, main to their public assertion as we speak.
The attempted abduction has despatched shockwaves by means of the historic market city, and fogeys have been urged by officers to share their warning with kids.
Thames Valley Police have launched a probe after an attempted abduction of two teenage girls in Thatcham, Berkshire
A spokesman stated: ‘On Tuesday 13 July at round 10pm a report was made to Thames Valley Police of a automobile approaching two girls on Chapel Street, Thatcham.
‘The investigation into this incident remains to be ongoing however officers are conscious of this car and finishing up reassurance patrols in the realm.’