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Students exit a school bus near Harrison Elementary School in April 2015 in Twin Falls.

STEPHEN REISS, TIMES-NEWS FILE PHOTO

TWIN FALLS — Twin Falls police didn’t find any evidence of criminal activity after reports of suspected child enticement near school bus stops, the city announced Friday.

Tuesday, police received two reports of men approaching children and offering them rides to school in the past week.

The first incident was reported near Heyburn Avenue East and Teton Street, and the second near Sunrise Boulevard and Shoup Avenue East.

Both reports said the men were driving a white van.

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Twin Falls police detective located the white van in the area of Sunrise Boulevard and Shoup Avenue East and identified the occupants, the department wrote in its Friday statement.

“Detectives were able to confirm the vehicle and its occupants have legitimate reasons to be in that area of town at the time the vehicle was reported,” it wrote. “Police have not been able to establish any evidence that any crimes occurred.”

Police reminded parents to talk with their children about reporting suspicious activity and about being aware of their surroundings.

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