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Mum’s warning after man offers daughter, 13, free Prime energy drink before sexually assaulting her as cops hunt suspect

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POLICE are hunting a man who lured a schoolgirl into a horror sex attack by offering her a free Prime energy drink.
The 13-year-old was walking to school in Sheffield when she was approached by the suspect.
The girl was attacked as she walked to school1The girl was attacked as she walked to schoolHe offered her a free bottle of Prime before sexually assaulting her.
The girl’s mum has now issued a warning as police hunt the man.
She branded the attacker a “vile man” and “sick person”.
The mum added: “He offered her free Prime, then sexually assaulted her.”
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South Yorkshire Police confirmed an investigation has been launched following the horror at around 8am yesterday.
The man has been described as white, around 5ft 7ins tall, with blue eyes and aged in his 20s.
He has a moustache and was wearing a grey tracksuit style jacket or jumper and black trousers.
It is believed he was also wearing a backpack.

The force is now appealing for anyone with information to come forward.
Inspector Alec Gibbons, for Sheffield North East Neighbourhood Policing Team, said: “This was a very distressing incident for the young victim and we are doing all we can to identify the offender.
“The young girl’s courage in running away and calling for help is commendable and we are working closely with her and her family.
“We have had officers in the area throughout the day as we understand there will be concerns, especially as children make their way to and from school.
“We will continue patrols throughout today to provide reassurance and if anyone does have any information that can assist with our enquiries, please do get in touch.”
Anyone with information can call police on 101 quoting incident number 176 of February 8.

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