Cops hunt masked driver who approached younger ladies in Scots city

Cops are searching a masked man driving a automotive who approached younger ladies in two separate incidents in Grangemouth final week.

The primary incident befell round 4pm on Saturday September 17 when a 15-year-old woman was spoken to by a person driving a saloon sort automotive, potential a Vauxhall Vectra or Astra, on Moray Place within the city.

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Later, round 8pm, a person with the identical description stopped his automotive and spoke to a bunch of ladies on Oldwalls Place, close to to Charlotte Dundas Courtroom.

The man is described as black, round 6ft 2ins, of slim construct, with quick cropped hair and spoke with a international accent.

He was carrying a inexperienced jacket, blue dishevelled denims and a blue surgical model masks, which he took eliminated when talking, on the time of the incidents.

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Officers at the moment are trying to establish the person concerned, and are interesting for anybody with any data on him to come back ahead.

Within the meantime, in a bid to ease the thoughts of considerations residents, police have assured that every day patrols are happening within the space.

Group Sergeant Iain Duncan stated: “We perceive incidents like this may be regarding for the local people and I want to give reassurance that officers are working to hint the person concerned.

“I’d ask anybody who might have seen him or know of him approaching anybody to get in contact. Particularly when you’ve got non-public CCTV or dash-cam footage that may assist with our enquiries please make contact with us.

“Common patrols are being carried out within the space and anybody with considerations can method and converse to officers.”

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Anybody with data that would help with enquiries are requested to contact Police Scotland on 101, quoting incident numbers 2628 and 4175 of Saturday, 17 September, 2022.

Individuals may make a name anonymously to the charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

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