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Men try to kidnap of two-year- old girl in Ringwood

TWO men approached my mother and her daughter before collection up and working with two-year-old in a nearby residential area.

Police investigate attempted kidnapping took place from 10:40 to 10:50 in The mountain turned for witnesses forward.

The woman and her twoyear-old daughter two came up men who showed interest in her dog.

One of in men then chose up her daughter and ran with it towards a nearby residential complex. The child was released after dog bitten a man on his leg.

young girl and her mother are supported by specialist officers who are at this early stage trying to establish the exact circumstances of what happened and they currently case with It’s like an attempted kidnapping.

Increased police presence will be seen in in area how the police wear out initial requests in in order to identify those responsible.

Two men described as white in they are about 30 years old, both are about 5 feet 7 inches tall, wearing caps – with one wearing light blue jeans and other dark jeans.

Detective Inspector Janine Bradley said: “We fully understand that this incident will have a significant impact on on in the community and we want to calm down public that we take this report very seriously. Our officers are out extensive requests in local area – including house-to-house visits, CCTV review and high visibility patrols in in area to calm down community.

“If you see our officers and information regarding this incident, please speak with them.

“It is happened in residential area in broad daylight and we begged anyone who may have seen or heard what happened forward. Perhaps you are aware of someone who suffered today dog bite your leg? Any information, no matter how small or insignificant, as you think, can really help assist our ongoing investigation and identify those responsible.

“In the same way we would like ask the locals review any video surveillance or doorbell camera footage they may have that may have captured moments leading up to, during or after the incident, make contact with us”.

Anyone with information asking to please call 101 with a link to 44220185316 or contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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