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    Lindsey
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    Hi All

    There have been reports of attempted abductions in Meath over the last few weeks. I found this report on Rollercoaster:

    "There was a green northern reg hatchback car in Ratoath yesterday 12/5 that tried to persuade 2 boys into his car for "a party" The police were informed but I am sure this guy has moved elsewhere by now. Talk to your kids, warn your neighbours etc. Call the police if you see something dodgy
    This car tried to get a girl in kilbride on her way to school 13/5.
    Please mind your kids"

    Just an update on this, reports of same car in Johnstown area in Navan recently. I think the National school in Johnstown has now stopped all pupils walking to and from school alone.
    Be Aware!! I am looking out for this creep each time I do the school run – hope he gets caught before anything happens!

    #73865
    super minder
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    i will tell my afterschool children as i know some are left off early to school.
    thanks for the tip.

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    Almae
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    this guy was arrested in ashbourne last friday posing as a clothing collector.

    my stomach was sick to the core at the thought of him being out there. I live near johnstown in navan.

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    scole1
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    jesus, sicko…..scary thought, it’s so important to teach kids about strangers getting lost and knowing name address and phone numbers….

    #73883
    Lindsey
    Member

    Looks like he could still be around!

    "it was in the paper that he was let go by cops as he was genuine, they checked up on him and he was working for a collection company, now there has been other sightings in johnstown since he was let go.. scarey stuff.. "

    #73923
    mamasnake
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    does anyone know of a book of web page that can advise parents on age approriate things to say to kids about keeping safe from people like that
    i have a 4 year old and a 3 year old and feel i should warm them at some stage about that sort of thing but dont know how best to say it without frightening them

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