POLICE are appealing for information on the identity of a man believed to be 70 years or older after he approached a five-year-old boy in Salamander Bay Shopping Centre last Saturday.
POLICE: Port police appealing for information after a man approached a five-year-old boy in Salamander Bay Shopping Centre last Saturday.
The boy was holding his mother’s hand about 11.10am on September 20 when the man approached the boy and asked three times for him to go to his car with him.
The man was described as being of Caucasian appearance, six feet tall, having grey hair with a crew cut, age-spotted complexion and a hooked nose.
He spoke with an Australian accent, police said, and was wearing beige pants and a beige jacket at the time.
Detective Inspector George Radmore said the incident could have been due to an age-related mental illness, however police wanted to identify the man and speak with him.
Anyone with information is urged to phone Raymond Terrace Police Station on 4983 7599 or the Crime Stoppers line 1300 333 000.
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