Here's an amazing and disturbing story from www.alderleyedge.com
An Alderley Edge mother of two was left shaken after being approached by a man in the village centre claiming to be from British Intelligence.
Having taken money out from the Nat West cash machine just after 4pm on Friday, 22nd April, she was approached by a portly man dressed in a smart black suit with a walkie talkie. He was driving a black Kia.
What it tells us that there is a need for vigilance when using cashpoints and to be sure of who is around you. And if in doubt, do not comply with requests from strangers unless you are absolutely sure they are genuine.
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