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Spalding incident: Man who spoke to teenagers committed no crime

Police say a man in a car who talked to two teenagers at the side of the road in Spalding on Saturday did not commit any offence.

A concerned resident posted a warning on social media platform Facebook after he witnessed the occupant of a car containing "three foreign men confront a girl and a boy" In Francis Street..

He said the men had been speaking with the girl as she was waiting for her friend and one then got out of the car. He added: "At this point, the two teenagers ran off, being made uncomfortable in the situation. The car then turned round and followed the direction towards Bookmark before having to follow the one way system."

The man said he made sure they were okay and instructed them to call the police on the 101 number.

A police spokesman said: "Incident 234 of June 22 refers to a report of suspicious circumstances. This was a report of three men in an Audi. The Audi pulled over and one of the occupants has spoken to a female and male stood on the side of the roadside.

"We have investigated this, offered advice to the male and female, and found no offence had been committed."


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