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Officers are appealing for witnesses in Dursley after two teenage girls reported being followed by a man in a car.
The two friends, aged 16 and 15, were walking in Norman Hill at 9.30pm on Tuesday (23 June).
A silver grey car started driving slowly next to them, with the window wound down, before pulling up in front of them and reversing into a driveway. A man got out of the car and stood staring at them.
The girls spotted another man in a nearby drive and were able to wait with him until the car drove off a few minutes later.
The driver was described as being white, with a shaved round-shaped head and stubble. He was stocky and wearing a white top. He is believed to be in his 30s.
Officers would like to talk to the man or anyone who has information about this or similar incidents in the area.
If you have seen the man, his car or have any information that may help please call 101 quoting incident number 232 of 24 June.
Gloucestershire Constabulary would like to remind parents, carers and children to be vigilant and report any incidents of being approached by strangers to them immediately.
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