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Disturbing Park Encounter: Stranger Attempts to Purchase 2-Year-Old Girl, Leaving Mother in Horror

A mother in Liverpool has shared a concerning incident where she was approached by a stranger at a park who asked if she would “sell” her two-year-old daughter, Nevaeh. Megan Lunt, 22, recounts that the woman commented on Nevaeh’s appearance, suggesting the child would be valuable.

Although Megan declined the offer, she later noticed two other children leading Nevaeh toward a group of women near the bushes. Alarmed by this, Megan reported the incident to Merseyside Police. However, authorities have stated that there is currently no evidence of attempted kidnapping, and no similar reports have been made.

According to The Mirror, Megan visited the park on Monday (May 16) around 4:30 PM with her partner David and their three other children. While David took their two eldest children to the lake, Megan accompanied Nevaeh and her older brother Harrison to the sandpit.

Megan explains that while her children were playing, two additional children approached and joined them. At approximately 6 PM, a woman tapped Megan on the shoulder from behind.

Megan shared with the Liverpool Echo, “The woman asked me about my daughter’s name, and age, and commented on her beautiful eyes. I replied, ‘Yes, I know,’ and she remarked that Nevaeh would be worth a lot of money.”

The mother-of-four claims that it was at this point the woman asked if Megan would consider selling her daughter. Megan firmly rejected the proposal, but when she turned back around, she saw Nevaeh being led away by the two girls toward a group of women near the bushes. Distraught, Megan and her son Harrison rushed over, and she broke down in tears.

Megan expresses her shock and fear, admitting that she has trouble sleeping and is hesitant to go out due to concerns about what might happen. She says, “I was so scared. If I had been alone, I wouldn’t have been able to hold onto both of my children.”

She adds, “I just want to raise awareness among other parents about what happened so that nothing bad happens to them. I don’t want anyone else to go through this.”

The police have confirmed that they are investigating the incident after receiving a report of suspicious behavior. A spokesperson for the force stated, “We can confirm we received a report on Monday 15 May of an alleged suspicious behavior in Walton. It was reported that around 6 PM, a woman with two children approached another mother and her children in Walton Hall Park. The two children then began walking away with one of the mother’s children. The mother took her child and left the park.”

Ashlie is a senior reporter for the TosBos News. She covers live and breaking news from 6 am every day. Ashlie joined the M.E.N. in 2019 having previously worked for Cavendish Press news agency.


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