‘Stranger danger’ lessons for Inverness pupils

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PUPILS at schools in Inverness are being given “stranger danger” lessons after a young boy is alleged to have been approached by two men in a car.

Police are investigating a complaint from parents of a child in the city’s Kinmylies area.

They have also issued an appeal regarding two men acting suspiciously in the area.

The scare involves Kinmylies and Muirtown primaries. Pupils have been given additional “stranger danger” lessons.

A Police Scotland spokesperson said: “Police received a report that a child was approached by two men in a car. The child was unharmed but later reported the incident to his parents who contacted the police.

“Police officers have visited schools in the area to give appropriate advice. Enquiries are on-going. If anyone has any information contact police on 101.”