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27 November 2014, 04:58 | Updated: 27 November 2014, 05:37
Police are investigating after an 11 year old girl said she approached by a man, who offered to take her home, in Thorpe St Andrew in Norwich.
The girl was walking along Laundry Lane in the direction of Pound Lane, adjacent to Eastern Crescent when it happened at around 3:30pm yesterday (26th November).
A man driving a car pulled up, got out of the vehicle and offered to take her home. The girl ran off to her parents house, shaken but unhurt.
The suspect is described as white, about five foot 10 to five foot 11 inches tall, clean shaven, aged in his late 40s or early 50s, and had what are described as three scabby scratches on his left cheek. He is also described as having a plump build and a fat face. He had grey hair that was shaven down the sides, but longer on top and swept back. There is no description of the clothing he was wearing and the vehicle is described only as a white or silver car.
Enquiries are on going to find out exactly what happened and anyone who saw any suspicious behaviour should contact Sgt. Lee Beckham on 101 or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.