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Felixstowe: Men approach girl, 16, near Deben High School in Garrison Lane

PUBLISHED: 15:59 01 September 2014 | UPDATED: 15:59 01 September 2014

Police are appealing for witnesses after a 16-year-old girl was approached in Felixstowe.

The incident took place in Garrison Lane, near Deben High School, at around 9.30pm on Friday.

The girl was walking along when a dark coloured estate or saloon type vehicle pulled up alongside her.

A man in the front passenger seat asked her to get into the car before getting out of the vehicle – the girl then ran off.

The driver of the vehicle, a black male, was not seen clearly and did not speak. The passenger is described as a white male aged in his 40s with a moustache.

Call 101 with information.

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