Bogus Social Worker gains access to toddler in Beverley
Hull police issued warnings about a bogus social worker after a woman reported being visited by one for a second time in November 2013, after an initial "visit" in the last week of October.
D.I. Cockerill, leading the investigation told reporters:
"Following our appeal last week, several further lines of enquiry are being followed up and our investigation is continuing. We would like to reassure the public there have been no further similar reports, although we would still urge a sensible level of vigilance when dealing with unexpected callers."
The BSW was described as a white woman, about 5ft 7in tall, aged about 30 with long, straight brown hair, and may have been accompanied by a black male in the driving seat of a white car - possibly an older model BMW.
Bogus Social Worker gains access to toddler in Beverley: location
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Bogus social worker gained access to child at Beverley home, police warn POLICE are warning parents to be on their guard after a bogus social worker gained access to a child at his home in Beverley. The child's mum allowed the female caller into her home to see her 17-month-old son but became suspicious and alerted police after further visits. [Hull Daily Mail]