Boy ran from driver who tried to pick him up in west Hull street
A distressed ten-year-old boy was found in a west Hull street after running away from a man who offered him a lift.
Now, police are seeking a woman who helped the boy.
She took him to Gordan Street Police Station after finding him upset in Boulevard.
The boy said he was walking away from Chilton Primary School towards Boulevard when he was approached by a man in a "small, red four-door car".
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The man asked the boy if he wanted a lift and said he knew the boy's mother. The boy said no, and the man then offered him packet of sweets.
The boy then ran off into Boulevard.
Police said there was no physical contact between the driver and the boy.
Anyone with information is asked to call 101, referring to log 559 of November 15.