TWIN FALLS — Twin Falls police have released surveillance photos of a gray car in connection to two reports Monday of suspected child enticement.
Police are following up on some tips from citizens, Twin Falls Police Sgt. Luke Allen said Friday. He doesn’t have further updates about the investigation.
Twin Falls police received two separate reports Monday of a man encouraging young girls to get into his car, the latest in a string of reports about suspicious characters approaching children near Twin Falls schools.
Both reports referenced a man in a gray four-door car with Idaho license plates near Harrison Elementary School.
The first incident happened just before 5:30 p.m. at Harrison Street and Altair Drive. A white man in his 30s or 40s who was wearing sunglasses started talking with a girl.
The second incident happened only moments later, about 5:45 p.m. A different girl was walking in the area of Wirsching Avenue and Polk Street. She reported a gray car with tinted windows pull up next to her and a man said he could give her a ride home.