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Police speak with woman in connection with Asda attempted abduction

PUBLISHED: 12:51 05 May 2017 | UPDATED: 12:51 05 May 2017

Asda, Belvedere

Asda, Belvedere

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The woman has not been arrested but the video has been taken off social media sites

Police have spoken with a woman in connection with the attempted abduction of a toddler from Asda, Belvedere.

The child’s mother was at the checkout when it is reported a woman lifted the 18-month old child out of the shopping trolley, on April 23.

A Bexley Police spokesperson said: “A woman handed herself into the police station. She has not been arrested but enquiries are ongoing.

“It has now become operationally necessary to remove the video circulation from our Facebook page.

“We hope the public appreciate we won’t be adding anything further regarding this. We greatly appreciate all your support.”

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