Warning for parents after two predators accused of children in a white van chased a 12-year-old girl

The 12-year-old girl was approached by two middle-aged men in a white van when she was walking near Mosec Park (pictured) in the quiet suburb of Lidmulla, in the Northern Territory.

Urgent warning for parents after two predators of children in a white van chase a 12-year-old girl

  • Two middle-aged white men have tried to kidnap a 12-year-old girl
  • Driving a white van with dark windows chased her as she walked home
  • Police are investigating incidents and urging parents to be vigilant

Wade Sellers for Daily Mail Australia

Parents are told to urgently monitor two accused child predators after they chased a 12-year-old girl as she walked home Tuesday afternoon.

The girl had just got off a bus near Mosec Park in Ludmilla, a suburb of Darwin, Northern Territory, when two men stopped by her side in a white van and asked her to enter.

When the girl denied the middle-aged men, they got out of their vehicle and started chasing her down the street.

The 12-year-old girl was approached by two middle-aged men in a white van when she was walking near Mosec Park (pictured) in the quiet suburb of Lidmulla, in the Northern Territory.

The 12-year-old girl was approached by two middle-aged men in a white van when she was walking near Mosec Park (pictured) in the quiet suburb of Lidmulla, in the Northern Territory.

Superintendent of Territorial Service Shaun Gill said: "The men who traveled in a van offered to take her home, when she refused to let both men get out of the truck and chase her." The Courier Courier has reported.

"The girl managed to hide and both men returned to the vehicle and left the place."

The police are investigating the incident and are asking everyone to be alert to predators.

Suspicious men are described as white and in their 30s or 40s.

The truck they saw driving is white with rust and dark curtains cover the windows.

People with any information are urged to contact the Police at 131 444 or Crime Stoppers at 1800 333 000.

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