TWO local schools have confirmed three separate child approaching incidents and have since warned parents and children of ‘stranger danger’.
All three incidents happened Tuesday, the first near Falcon Primary School between 8-9am.
Police said a 12-year-old boy was walking along Dewar Street in Falcon when a man gestured to him from a tan-coloured car.
The boy fled the scene and reported the incident.
The second incident happened on Karon Vista outside South Halls Head Primary School about 3pm.
Police said a nine-year-old boy was waiting for his mother when a man in a dark green twin-cab utility tried to get the child to come to his vehicle.
When the boy refused, the man got out of his car and lunged at the child.
The boy then rode away on his scooter.
The third incident happened on Seascapes Boulevard where three 10-year-old girls on bicycles were approached by a man in a utility towing a trailer.
After calling out to the group the girls fled before reporting the incident.
At this stage it is unclear whether the incidents are related.
Mandurah detectives are now investigating.
Anyone with information is asked to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.