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Mum’s horror as men try to buy her daughter at the school gates in Batemoor Road, Sheffield

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A mum was left horrified after three men approached her and offered to buy her daughter while she was on a school run in Sheffield.

According to South Yorkshire Police, it happened on December 1 in Batemoor Road at around 8.20am.

The woman, who lives in the area, was walking her daughter to Lower Meadow Primary Academy when she was approached by three men.

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The men then took out a large amount of cash and offered to buy the woman’s daughter.

She refused and ran towards the school with her child.

Officers say a black or blue car was then heard “screeching” away from the scene towards Dyche Lane with three men inside.

In a statement a spokesperson for South Yorkshire Police said: “Unfortunately no number was got for the vehicle.

“The male offering to buy the daughter was in his late 30s/early 40s wearing a grey hoody with stripes down the side. He was also wearing dirty navy bottoms and a head warmer partially covering his face.

“Any further sightings of the suspected male should be reported to police as soon as possible allowing officers to attend. 8153.”

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