Mandurah: Stranger danger warning issued by police after two incidents

Mandurah: Stranger danger warning issued by police after two incidents

A STRANGER danger warning has been issued for Mandurah after two incidents concerning school students this week.

The first incident happened in Golden Bay on November 30 – a primary school aged boy reported feeling unsafe after a man in a car followed slowly behind him after school.

The boy was travelling home on his bike.

He said the man did not speak to him and drove away when the boy rode up a driveway, and pretended he was home.

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A second incident also occurred on November 30 – this time in Mandurah – and was witnessed by a crosswalk attendant.

A high school student reported that a man in a car screamed that he should get into his car.

The man stepped out of the car and continued telling the boy to get in.

The boy hid in a bush.

Police are investigating both incidents.

Call 131 444 to report an incident or 1800 333 000 with information.