“Maniacs are roaming free, and you have to fear for the safety of your children. But, something needs to be done.
(PRWEB UK) 16 October 2014
According to the article published on BBC News’ official website, dated 24 July 2014: Hunt for man after girl assaulted in Merthyr Tydfil park, hundreds of people were denied exit from Cyfarthfa Park, as police were scanning the area for the attacker who tried to grab an 11-year-old girl while she was playing in the park on a climbing frame. She was with her friends when she was assaulted by a man who was hiding in the bushes. The attacker fled the park after the girl screamed and put up a fight. Police officers closed down the historic park in Merthyr. As reported by South Wales Police, the incident was isolated and they have issued an e-fit of the man who is believed to be the suspect. The child was left shocked but unhurt. The police have stepped-up patrols in the area, and made house-to-house inquiries, in the search for potential witnesses and information.
After reading the article, Birmingham Private Investigators (http://www.birmingham-privateinvestigators.co.uk) are outraged by the events described by BBC News and find it shocking that maniacs are getting bolder, committing crimes in broad daylight, with children as their targets. Investigators at Birmingham Private Investigators urge people to come to them with any information they might have, so that they can locate the attackers as soon as possible before another child is hurt. The police are doing everything they can, but they are often spread thinly with large caseloads. That’s where private investigators step in with their experience and expertise, and Birmingham Private Investigators has some of the best detectives in the business. Give them a call.
Viv Clarke, chief investigator at Birmingham Private Investigators, took the opportunity to raise awareness on safety. Viv also went on to say the following: “Maniacs are roaming free, and you have to fear for the safety of your children. But something needs to be done. It is them that should be leaving in fear, and not our children. Birmingham Private Investigators will do their part. All you have to do is place a call with us, and we will get on the case immediately. Our operators are standing by.”
Chief investigator Viv Clarke can be contacted on (0)1212590063.