School girl approached by man in Llandudno Junction: police appeal

Police have appealed for information after a 'suspicious incident' when a man approached a secondary school pupil in Conwy county.

The man had tried to engage the girl in conversation at around 08:05 BST on Thursday, as she walked from Cae Coed into Marl Drive in Llandudno Junction.

Officers said the girl had been left extremely upset, but was unhurt.

Anyone with information is asked to contact PC2550 Owen at Colwyn Bay police station on 101.

The man is described as white, in his mid to late 40s with very short grey hair which appears to be balding. He also has a pale complexion.

Of average build and height, the man was wearing baggy light brown jeans, a thigh length fabric coat and was carrying an Asda carrier bag.

He spoke with a local accent.

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