They say they have not yet received any reports of anyone having gone missing.A spokesman said: 'We are aware of reports of a possible abduction.'We are investigating an incident which happened in the Lavender Grove area of Pentrebane at 11.19am today.'We are keen to identify the driver of a black coloured jeep type vehicle with tinted windows.'The incident happened near two primary schools, Pentrebane Primary School and the Welsh-speaking Coed-Y-Gof school.The incident happened near two primary schools in the Welsh capital, Pentrebane Primary School and the Welsh-speaking Coed-Y-Gof school.Mother-of-two Danielle Smith, 21, went to collect her four-year-old daughter from class.
Searching for love shouldn't just be about the number of people you meet.She said: 'I was at the school when the police all arrived and ran into the school it was terrifying. I was scared half to death.'All I kept thinking was could that have been my child and worrying for the mum that might be missing their child.'You're supposed to feel safe sending your children to school. I'm not letting her out of my sight.'Mother-of-one Star Hudson, 21 said: 'It's the fear that gets me.It's every parents worst nightmare and we aren't getting any information.'The police won't confirm if a child has been taken and everyone is shaken up wondering if something awful has happened so close to home.'Detectives were seen going door to door in the area as South Wales Police confirmed they are trying to trace the driver of the black jeep.“Nobody likes being lumped together in a group, so try to avoid generalised terms such as ‘the disabled’, ‘the blind’,” it continues.“’Disabled people’ is preferable to ‘the disabled’ or ‘people with disabilities’ as it emphasises that the people are disabled by a society which doesn’t accommodate them.Like most things in life, it's quality, not quantity that's important.