A light coloured van!
"Before I knew this April Jones was missing, a white foreign number plate brand new van, similar to a transporter with black logo on the side and modern alloys, nearly crashed into my car.
"It was driving along the south coast, going east, on the wrong side of the road... very fast!
"When I looked to see who was driving I didn't see a driver; I saw a young girl who looked exactly like April Jones, with a little hair pinned back on top and a purple hooded jacket.
The suspect drives a dark coloured van!
"The girl could just about see over the window.
"The van was speeding and it was 8.50am morning after...
"I looked at the driver who was medium build with short dark hair...
"Later I saw the news stating that a girl had gone missing.
"She looked just like the girl in the left hand drive van I saw that morning...
"I called the police to let them know but nothing of it..."
In the UK, the disappearance of little April Jones, in Machynlleth in Powys in Mid Wales, on 1 October 2012, temporarily distracted from the Jimmy Savile story.
A Mr. Mark Bridger was arrested on suspicion of murdering April Jones.
However, on 22 October 2012, there was a report of an attempted kidnapping of a child, in Llandybie, Ammanford, in West Wales.
Aled Matthews, from Ammanford, who was jailed for downloading 100,000 indecent images.
A white van was involved in that incident.
And, back in mid-September there was another attempted kidnapping near the area where April Jones disappeared..
"Witnesses have reported seeing April Jones get into a car differently coloured to Bridger's.
"April was allegedly to have said that she knew 'them', about those with whom she got into the car." - Aferrismoon
Police are ivestigating the attempted kidnapping of a boy, aged 9, by man in a white van.
What do we know about the police in Wales is the tip of the iceberg.
- A former South Wales Police inspector was jailed for 30 months in December for conspiracy to encourage others to sexually assault a child under 13.
- A South Wales Police traffic officer was sentenced to three-and-a-half years in 2010 for having sex with female drivers in exchange for excusing their motoring offences.
- A Gwent Police detective constable was jailed for a year in April 2010 after being convicted of distributing, making and possessing indecent images. He was part of a British paedophile ring which swapped images of child abuse.
- A Dyfed-Powys Police constable was given a three-year supervision order and required to register as a sex offender for five years for possessing indecent images of children in 2007.
Gary Speed. Website for this image...
Mark Bridger 'almost certainly' met the Royal Family.
April Jones accused Mark Bridger 'almost certainly' met Royal - Mirror
According to the Telegraph :
Ben Edwards, 22, a neighbour of Mark Bridger, said: "He is a nice guy, and absolutely brilliant with his son and daughter. He was always putting his kids first."
"But he was well-liked. Looking back now, it seems like a lot of relationships but these things can happen in life. He’s never been single for long and has always got on with people even though this is a very small community; everyone knows everyone else’s business here."
When Bridger first arrived in Machynlleth, he told locals he had left the Army because of a back problem.
Colin Batley was self-styled high priest of group that handed children around for sex in Kidwelly, west Wales
guardian.co.uk, Wednesday 9 March 2011 16.42 GMT
A man has been found guilty of leading a "satanic" sex cult from his home in a small Welsh town. Colin Batley, 48, of Kidwelly, west Wales, presided over a group that preyed on young children and held occult rites.
Paedophile cult leader convicted for 'satanic' - Rigorous Intuition..
The Bryn Estyn home in Wrexham in Clwyd in North Wales was the scene of child abuse
"Recent revelations involve the corruption of evidence by senior council officials in North Wales with regard to information supplied to the Waterhouse inquiry into allegations of VIP child abuse in Clwyd.
"In the inquiry allegations made by a number of young people were discredited because they had made allegations against social workers who records showed had not been employed where they said during the time they were in care.
"In fact, a secretary in North Wales Council had been instructed to alter the official records of dates and where and when specific youngsters were in care."
It was not therefore the youngsters who were lying, but the officials.