Mum’s terror as woman in ‘red sparkly dress’ tries to snatch her son

Mum’s terror as woman in ‘red sparkly dress’ tries to snatch her son

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A MUM has told of her terror when a woman in a “red sparkly dress” tried to snatch her son.

The worried mother said she was with her kids in Burton, Derbyshire, on Sunday when they were approached.

The Burton street where the boy was allegedly almost snatched by a stranger

The unnamed mum told Derbyshire Live: “She grabbed my son’s hand and said, ‘aww look at him, then I tried to walk away with my children but she wouldn’t let go of my son’s hand.  She turned and said he is coming with me and wouldn’t let go of him.

“I said get off him, he is not going with you and she just kept repeating herself saying he’s coming with me.

“So I said again, ‘no get off him but she wouldn’t let go. I had to forcefully pull my son away from this woman and walk away.”

She has warned other parents to be careful after the woman’s frightening efforts to pull her son away.

She wrote on Facebook: “Please be careful with your children I have learned the hard way and I am still in shock and can’t believe what’s happened.

“Thankfully my little boy is OK, we are both still shaken but we are OK. My other son was with me too but she didn’t come near him.

“She tried to take him away from me.

“Children are precious please be careful.”

A spokesman for Staffordshire Police, said: “Officers were called to a report of a woman who approached a young boy and his mother at around 1.30pm on Sydney Street in Burton on September 1.


“The woman walked away and no-one was injured.”

Anyone with information can call 101 quoting incident number 405 of September 1.

Today we told how a six-year-old girl has been found dumped on a dark street corner 19 hours after being snatched from her screaming mother’s arms by four men.

Distraught Angeline de Jager had just parked her VW Polo outside the South African school gates to walk her daughter Amy-Lee and her five-year-old son inside when the kidnappers struck on Monday.

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