North East Wales

Driver 'approached young girls' from Rhyl High School

Police are trying to trace a man said to have been acting suspiciously by approaching girls from a school.

North Wales Police said they had received reports during the past few mornings of a man in a small silver car speaking to pupils from Rhyl High School in Denbighshire.

Officers have increased patrols in the area and are asking parents and pupils to be vigilant on the way to school.

The man is described as white and about 30 years of age.

He is said to have approached the girls in a small silver hatchback-type vehicle.

Police said staff at the high school were aware of the incidents and were co-operating with police.

Sgt Stephen Price said: "We are urging anyone who witnesses suspicious behaviour in the area to contact Rhyl police immediately on 101."

Related Internet links

The BBC is not responsible for the content of external Internet sites