Police Appeal Over Glen Road 'Approach'

Police have appealed for witnesses following an incident in which a thirteen-year-old boy was approached in the Glen Road area of Belfast on Thursday 28 March.

The incident is reported to have occurred at approximately 18.30, when a silver people-carrier, 4-door vehicle stopped beside the boy and an unknown female got out of the vehicle and approached him.

The female allegedly asked the boy a series of questions and then requested him to get into the vehicle.

An unknown male was sitting in the passenger seat of the vehicle.
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The woman is described as being about 50 years old, thin and with curly grey or black hair.

She was wearing blue jeans and spoke with a Belfast accent.

The male passenger is described as also being about 50 years old, overweight and with short grey hair and a grey moustache. He was wearing a white shirt with a black tie and glasses.

Police have appealed for anyone who witnessed this incident or who has any information to get in contact with Woodbourne station on 0845 600 8000.

The independent charity Crimestoppers can also be contacted anonymously on 0800 555 111.


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