Wembley police seeking man who followed two 12-year-old schoolgirls
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Wembley police are linking two incidents where two 12-year-old girls were followed by a man who "grabbed" one of them by the arm.
On March 11 a 12-year-old girl was followed by a man in Dobbin Close, Harrow, at around 2.10pm.
She managed to lose him near to Belmont Circle, police said.
Five days later on March 16 at a second 12-year-old girl was approached by a man on Neasden Lane at 4.20pm.
He grabbed her arm before running off.
In both cases, the suspect is described as white, slim , about 25 years of age, and was wearing a black zip-up hoodie, and blue facemask.
Schools in the vicinity have been advised of the two incidents and general safety advice has been provided.
DI Jonny Newell, from the North West Command, said: “I know that parents and local residents will be rightly concerned about these incidents, but I would like to reassure them that we are carrying out a number of enquiries in an attempt to trace this individual and continue to provide enhanced patrols within the area.
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"I would encourage anyone with specific concerns or who wishes to report a similar incident to approach a police officer or make contact via 101.
"In an emergency always call 999.”
Anyone with information should call 101, quoting CAD 5171/16MAR21.