A SECOND man has been arrested in connection with reports of a driver approaching children as young as five in and around Knaphill.
A 47-year-old man from Chertsey was arrested in Goldsworth Park following reports of suspicious activity on Saturday.
He is currently on police bail and is due to report back on July 22.
West Surrey Detective Chief Inspector Karen Mizzi, who is leading the investigation, said: “The community can be reassured officers from CID are working closely with the Woking Safer Neighbourhood Team in this ongoing inquiry and that any information passed to police by the public will be acted on accordingly.
“This morning saw a number of officers carrying out an anniversary visit in the immediate vicinity of Inkerman Road, where there was a report of a suspicious incident involving a man talking with a schoolgirl on Monday, May 13 at around 8am.
“In a bid to jog people’s memories officers spoke with local residents and those in the area who might have information which could help with the investigation.
“There have been no further incidents reported and activity by Surrey Police continues in order to collate as much information as possible into the recent incidents.”