– Don’t walk a meter alone – V.G

- Don't walk a meter alone - V.G
Parents: Ida Hock Petersen and Carl Friedrich Arndtsen experienced their daughter being pulled over by a car at Czar School in Barum on Wednesday morning.

Ida Hogg Peterson had told her daughter what she should do if someone tried to seduce her: – Now I’m very happy about it.

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Four children have reportedly been dragged in cars in East Bærum in recent days.

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  • On Thursday, November 17, a student at Staubeck School was allegedly dragged away in a black van.
  • On Saturday, November 19, the same thing happened to two children near Czar School.
  • On Wednesday, November 23, a girl on her way to Czar’s school was allegedly dragged by a car.

The Oslo Police District confirms that Budsticka is familiar with the case and has been given a description of a small black van with tinted windows.

The last woman mentioned above was the daughter of Ida Hock Peterson and Carl Friedrich Arndtsen.

– She walked with other children on her way to school, but met a girl with a dog, which caused tension in the group, Arntzen tells VG.

An eight-year-old girl was walking alone when a black car pulled up next to her.

– A man rolls down the window and says, “I promised your mother I’d drive you to school,” says Ida Hogg Peterson.

The man is said to have spoken a pure eastern dialect.

– Couldn’t answer

The woman asked the man if he had her mother’s phone number – as far as she knew. To this the man could not answer.

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The eight-year-old boy ran into a nearby garden and hid behind a car.

The man then sped away.

– We talked a lot about how to handle such situations after the incident in Stabek last week. Amma says I am very happy with that now.

School: Jar School in Bærum has 550 students from 1st to 7th grade.

Later, daughter Czar ran to school and told a friend about the incident, who then told the teacher.

The incident has generated a lot of interest in the local community, and parents report a good police presence in the area.

– Going to and from school will now be at a higher level. Children should never walk a meter alone, says Ida Hogg Peterson, who also has a school-age son.

– Talk to children

The principal of Czar School sent an SMS to parents on Wednesday and said that both the incidents involving their children have been reported to the police.

Principal Kathryn Selvig Malme writes that teachers have been informed and encouraged to talk to students about what to do in a similar situation.

– We also encourage parents to talk to their children about what to do if someone follows them or tries to lure them, Malme tells VG.

The communication with the guardians is based on emergency preparedness analyzes and is designed together with the police and communication unit in the municipality of Bærum.

– Advice to run away

– We keep it relaxed so as not to create too much fear. It benefits no one. We must not understand or speculate, but stick to what we know.

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– Do parents have reason to worry?

– wouldn’t be surprised if they changed, although I hope it ends soon so people can stop worrying. I want to stay away from such episodes.

– What advice do you give to students?

– Teachers advise students to run away without answering if strangers try to lure them, says principal of Zar School.

He is keen to inform parents and neighboring schools, communicate closely and allow the police to handle the investigation.

– I feel strongly for the victims

The head of Jar School’s Parent Task Force (FAU) is in conversation with the school management and believes that the police and the school’s management are working closely together.

– Like any other parent, I recoil at something like this happening in our neighborhood. FAU president Jan Axel Syberg tells VG that you feel strongly for the victims.

He encourages parents to talk to their children.

– We must stick to the facts and ensure that children are not afraid. We have to make sure that children feel that their way to school is safe, says FAU President of Zaar School.

– Attempted kidnapping

Since last Thursday, after the well-known case, Anne-Marie Scherve, principal of Staubeck Primary School, informed parents in a letter quoted in a local newspaper. messenger:

– A student at Staubeck School attempted to abduct after school and after school hours. The student was on her way to a friend’s house when a large black van stopped her on Tjernsrudveien.

The principal also wrote that the student ran from the scene and was followed by a man. He turned as the woman ran into her friend’s driveway.

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In the second case on Saturday, two students at Czar School were spoken to from a car. Headmaster Malme said it was outside school hours, but took place in the local environment of the school.

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