Orange boy approached by man at bus stop

Orange boy approached by man at bus stop

Orange police are appealing for information after a child was approached by a man in a car yesterday.

At about 8:00am, the young boy was waiting for a school bus on Northstoke Way, when a man pulled up in a dark blue, older model sedan close to the bus stop.

The man then got out of his car and beckoned the child to come with him.

Police say the boy screamed loudly, causing the driver to speed away.

The man is said to be of Caucasian appearance and is around 30 years of age, clean shaven, and was wearing dark clothes at the time of the indicent.

Anyone with information is urged to contact Orange Police or Crimestoppers.


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